Now is the time...
for workplaces to aim for a better and more thriving future, for all of us.
Francois Barton discusses going beyond your health and safety obligations, to design work that enables people to thrive and leads to better performance.
The Institute of Directors and the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum are pleased to bring you a session focusing on what you can do to re-focus or build on the work underway to support the health, safety and wellbeing of your people, stakeholders and yourselves.
Executive Director Francois Barton will discuss the Forum’s world-leading resources, the CEO Guide to Mental Wellbeing at Work, and the Protecting Mental Wellbeing Guide, which gives leaders and organisations the opportunity to consider what work-related mental harm is really happening in an organisation, and provides a solution to enable the work to be re-designed to protect people from those risks.
He will also talk you through how business leaders and directors can support their teams and workers right now in an ongoing pandemic environment.
If you are a Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum member please contact the branch manager at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a complimentary registration.
Francois is the Executive Director of the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum. Before joining the Forum in May 2015, Francois was with the health and safety regulator for almost 10 years. During that time, he established WorkSafe’s national programme team, including the significant interventions in construction, forestry and agriculture. Francois has spent his career working with industry to effect change by reframing and redefining complex challenges. He is a current board member of CHASNZ and Safer Farms. He is a much sought-after conference speaker who brings a fresh perspective to health and safety.
By registering for this event you are confirming that you agree to adhere to our Covid-19 health and safety measures. If you are unwell or have any Covid-19 symptoms please do not attend this event.
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