“While the business case for managing safety is well documented and understood, the case for managing health and wellbeing
is just as compelling, but the progress is not as strong. Health conditions are much more difficult to define and manage.
That’s why businesses need to adopt a holistic approach to promoting wellbeing and the resilience of their staff. Progress
in relation to health and wellbeing can only be made when organisations move beyond the need to comply with regulations and
inspire employees to engage in wellbeing – this will benefit them personally as well as their companies. Organisations will
only be sustainable if they look after their people and help them look after themselves. Let’s use what we’ve learnt over
the years from managing safety and apply it to managing health and wellbeing.” Mike Robinson, chief executive of the British
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