The pandemic has brought about many changes to the way we work, and as we move out of it, many organisations have decided to embed that change in their policies.
For those working in health, safety, wellbeing, or ergonomics, this will present new challenges as employees move from home, to the office to third spaces, while still requiring support in all those localities.
Over two days, Cardinus’ Connect Summit will tackle issues such as the legacy of the pandemic, tackling the stresses of flexible working, flexible work regulations, scaling up health programmes to meet the challenge of hybrid work, new technologies and innovative strategies.
With speakers from organisations that work with many of the world’s leading organisations, including Marsh and Wells Fargo, this conference brings together 20+ speakers for two days of in-depth and engaging talks across a broad spectrum of health and risk categories.
On the 29th June, we’ll be running from 09.00 GMT to 15:00 GMT with topics including “Internal Communications in a Post-COVID Workplace”, “The Legal Implications of the New Working Environment” and “How to Build Your Wellbeing Strategy (Backed Up by the Data)”.
While the 30th June sees a more explicitly US context, running from 15.00 GMT to 19.00 GMT, with topics including “Return to the Office – Are You Ready?”, “Work/Life Integration” and “Consideration for the Flexible Workforce”.
Cardinus Risk Management is a leading software-driven health and safety risk management company, providing thousands of organisations in globally with online training, risk assessment and risk reduction measures.
Andy Hawkes, Cardinus’ CEO said of the event, “We are proud to launch this fantastic event that brings together so many insightful speakers to address the challenges that have come out of the pandemic.
The quality of speakers, and the breadth and depth of talks, covering everything from legal implications right through to learning how to support others through adversity, is really exciting and means the event gives audiences plenty of learning experiences, no matter their interest.”