The International SOS Foundation has designed a new virtual training course: "Sustainability Management & Reporting for the Occupational Health & Safety Practitioner."
As organisations focus on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, occupational health & safety (OHS) has become a key area of importance, especially in regards to sustainability reporting.
This course provides occupational health & safety practitioners and sustainability specialists with the competence necessary to integrate workforce health & safety management and monitoring into their organisations' sustainability strategies.
Who should attend?
HR, security, and mobility managers who are responsible for protecting the health & safety of their employees will also be able to better align their programmes with their organisations' sustainability strategies.
Four reasons to attend
Part 1 (2.5 hours)
- Introduction & materiality exercise
- OHS in sustainability management
- OHS measurement & reporting for sustainability
- Exercise: Building a reporting set
Part 2 (2.5 hours)
- The core reporting set
- How to report
- How COVID-19 has changed sustainability
Upon successful completion of a course, participants will be awarded a CPD accreditedcertificate.
The training will take place in a live, virtual classroom where the trainer will guide participants through the subject in an interactive learning format. Participants will acquire the skills through pre-reading, discussions, analyses of example reports, and exercises. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and discuss their real-life examples so that they can apply learnings in their work immediately after the training.