Webinar: Building a sustainable, resilient future through trusted spaces.
Building a sustainable, resilient future through trusted spaces.
We examine how leading global FM organizations are tackling the challenge of rebuilding trust, including taking a look at the new protocols and discussing which of these are likely become the next normal as we look to build back better in 2021 and beyond, using hindsight and insights to set future strategy. BSI’s expert speaker and Global Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Kate Field, is joined by Richard White, Global QHSE Director GWS/Local from CBRE Global Workplace Solutions.
This recording was made 21 April 2021
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COVID-19 lessons learned in health, safety, and wellbeing for Facilities Management leaders.
For business leaders, facility management, HR, and health and safety leaders in facility management organizations who deliver total or integrated FM solutions.
The impact of the pandemic has accelerated unprecedented change within facilities management. What are the key learnings and expectations for the future as we rebuild trust in the use of our work and life spaces?
Industry guests from leading global integrated facility management organizations join BSI expert speaker, Kate Field, Global head of health, safety, and wellbeing as we explore:
What hindsight and insights have FM leaders gained around health, safety, and wellbeing?
How will these impact strategies FM leaders are delivering or planning to rebuild future trust in our living and working spaces?
Which protocols are likely to become the norm for health, safety and wellbeing and how might these impact the bottom line?
How can FM leaders ensure that health, safety, and wellbeing stay at the top of the agenda at board level?
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Our expert speaker
Kate Field (CMIOSH)- Global Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at BSI
Kate Field drives BSI’s global strategy for creating a safer and healthier workplace. An ambassador for cultural change, that puts wellbeing, equality, safety and health at the forefront, Kate inspires colleagues and stakeholders globally to make a difference.
With over 20 years’ industry experience in occupational health, safety and wellbeing, Kate is a recognized consultant, trainer, lecturer, and speaker. Prior to joining BSI, Kate was Head of Information and Intelligence at the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, leading on H&S research strategy and technical content globally.
Kate started her career with the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) in the UK, first as a regulatory Inspector, and then into policy where she led initiatives to tackle workplace health risks. Kate has several years of consultancy experience in securing, developing, and delivering health and safety programmes for several international clients.
Richard White (CMIOSH) - Global QHSE Director, GWS | Local at CBRE
Richard is responsible for creating and implementing the Global QHSE strategy and supporting programmes for the Local & DCS business, working with his QHSE Leadership team, safeguarding 29,000 employees across an 800+ client base. The global QHSE strategy applies across all three regions (APAC, EMEA and the US) and consists of the following elements:
Ownership and Engagement;
Audit and Assurance, and
Richard joined CBRE in 2016 as QHSE Director for Global Workplace Solutions EMEA working to ensure the integration of all parts of the business following the 2013 acquisition of Norland Services and Johnson Controls in 2015. He moved into the global role with the establishment of the Global Local business in 2021.
Prior to joining CBRE he spent nine years with Mitie Group PLC, initially as QHSE Director and subsequently as Enterprise Risk Director, sitting on the Executive Board and responsible for managing all elements of the operational risk profile and implementing a governance, risk and compliance framework. Prior to his time with Mitie Richard worked in a senior QHSE position for Rexam, the FTSE 100 packaging company in an EMEA role, and for IBM.
Professional Affiliations and Education
MSc Environmental Management – Surrey University
MSc Health & Safety Management – Leicester University
BSc (Hons) Occupational Hygiene – South Bank University
Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH)