THE ROLE OF HSE EXECUTIVES IS EVOLVING. ARE YOU READY?
Investment in occupational health and safety programmes has long been contributing to better workforce performance, reduced turnover, lower costs and less waste. But as COVID-19 is requiring changes to health and safety standards, HSE Executives are finding themselves at the forefront of adopting and implementing these changes, from instigating social distancing and quarantine procedures to establishing emotional assistance and ergonomic support for home working. This can be daunting and may require HSE functions to have additional skills and expertise.
What’s more, with health now taking centre stage, programmes today should not only integrate occupational health, hazards protection, injury and illness prevention, and mental health support, but also take into consideration the new risk environment and the need for the HSE function to think beyond the workplace towards the wider community. In this aspect, there are many good examples of organisations playing a key role in improving health outcomes for those beyond their immediate workers; collaborating with the local health system as well as adding philanthropic support to communities.
Whether you are looking to conduct a workplace health risk assessment, manage injury and illness, develop a community outreach strategy or define a holistic health and wellbeing programme, we provide you with tailored and compliant solutions that meet the scope and unique needs of your organisation.
loss of all work-years globally for all fatal and non-fatal work-related injuries and illnesses, equivalent to €2,680 billion for low-, middle-, and high-income countries.
employee population who had access to OH coverage on average.
Evidence-based positive ROI on OH prevention programmes
- Absenteeism prevention programmes alone (without taking health or other effects into account) prove that absenteeism costs fall by about $2.73 for every dollar spent on workplace disease prevention and health promotion programmes.
- Implementation of wellness programmes can lead to medical costs falling by about $3.27 for every dollar spent.
- Interestingly, there is also a connection between implementing an effective health and safety policy and a higher stock market performance.
WHY PARTNER WITH INTERNATIONAL SOS?
With over 35 years of global experience across multiple industries, and over 5,400 medical professional and occupational health specialists, we are well positioned to support the health and safety agenda of organisations of any scope and size.
Cooperating with us will help you stay on top of the latest trends in occupational health, reduce injuries, illnesses and stress, improve productivity and performance, reduce health care costs and ensure compliance with HSE regulations and requirements at the global and local level.
BENEFITS TO YOU AND YOUR ORGANISATION
How We Support Clients
Helping an HSE Department to Stay on Top of Changing COVID-19 Secure Protocols Around the World|San Francisco, 미국
International SOS helped the HSE department of a global manufacturing company to stay on top of changing COVID-19 secure protocols.코로나19인텔리전스
Guidance on Shorter Quarantine Periods for Rotational Workers During COVID-19|Algiers, 알제리
International SOS provided guidance on shorter quarantine periods for rotational workers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.코로나19전염병
Supporting Health Awareness Talks for a Large Automotive Organisation During the COVID-19 Pandemic|Tokyo, 일본
International SOS supported health awareness talks for the employees of a large automotive company during the COVID-19 pandemic.코로나19건강안전
The Role of the Private Sector in Urban Health SecurityRead our doctors publication which reviews national and international guidance and the evolution of private sector preparedness and involvement in health security. It includes best practice principles for global health security planning and response for the private sector are provided, and several case studies.
NCD Risk Factor Patterns Among Mining Industry Workers in PapuaThis study, published with the participation of our medical experts, aimed to assess the distribution and 5-year longitudinal trends of key metabolic non-communicable disease risk factors in a cohort of copper-gold mining company workers in Papua, Indonesia.
HSE by 2030What with occupational health and safety look like in 2030? The International SOS Foundation uncovers the most significant occupational health and safety changes the HSE community need to prepare for, and what their legacy impact will be by 2030.