Health and safety law doesn’t demand that all risks be eliminated; it requires employers to find “reasonably practicable” solutions to reduce them. But what does it really mean? How can organisations be confident that they are doing everything “reasonably practicable” to reduce risks?
Join WorkNest’s Director of Health & Safety Services, Nick Wilson, alongside Principal Health & Safety Consultant, Scott Crichton as they discuss how organisations can take a sensible, proportionate approach to workforce health and safety management and debate pertinent questions such as:
– Is it possible, or even desirable, to be 100% compliant 100% of the time?
– Is it better to strive to be compliant or safe?
– What do organisations identify as “reasonably practicable” safety measures? And what falls outside of this scope?
– What are the top 5 most common mistakes employers make with regard to risk assessments, and how can you get these right?