Perrier consulting published a White Paper exploring the importance to switch to a new paradigm in Health and Safety.
During the 10th annual health & behavioral safety: what next ?, Perrier consulting have facilitated a roundtable during which the participants had to debate around different questions on the upcoming challenges in Health and Safety.
In addition, Perrier consulting have published a White Paper exploring the importance to switch to a new paradigm in Health and Safety.
White Paper – Prevention, Necessity and Diffculties to Shift Paradigms
In a business world that is becoming increasingly technological and interconnected, it is easy to picture that safety in many fields integrates advanced technological tools, applications, and systems that are constantly updated with the latest functionalities. Today, technology provides more efficient support to many safety issues ranging from
regulatory compliance, risk analysis, finding root causes, etc.
Lately, leaders working in safety-related organizations have also stepped up to offer technologies that include “softer” aspects of prevention such as recording interactions, evaluating cultural elements, and benchmarking good practices. But aside from innovative technologies, what is the future of prevention in safety? Has the signicance
given to safety within organizations evolved at the same pace as our tools? And what should we do in the coming years to make sure that the number of accidents worldwide continues to decrease until reaching the zero-accident goal? This paper aims at answering these questions in the light of our experience and of today’s challenges.