As we celebrate The World Day for Safety and Health at Work on April 28th, DSS is pleased to contribute with our report on the Top 5 Drivers to Reach Safety Excellence. Based on the views of health, safety and sustainability leaders across a range of industries and geographical regions, the report summarises the top five drivers that can help to build a more resilient and sustainable health and safety sector in challenging times.

DSS firmly believes that initiatives such as International Women’s Day held on March 8th and The World Day for Safety and Health at Work on April 28th act as crucial red-letter days to celebrate health, safety and sustainability in the workplace. It is also an opportunity to put the spotlight on how listening to a wider range of voices can help promote fresh ideas and diversity of thought.

Safety Report; Spotlight on Women

This latest report puts the spotlight on women working in leadership roles in health, safety and sustainability as a source of thought-leadership, inspiration and encouragement for all those who share a passion for safety. In a series of recent interviews conducted with female safety leaders, we can read about the changing culture of safety from the female perspective to give the ‘Top 5 Drivers of Safety Excellence’ addressing how to build resilience and sustainability across health and safety in challenging times.

Top 5 drivers addressed in the report:

  • Leadership
  • Agility
  • Culture
  • Technology
  • People

We thank our 15 senior leaders for their contribution in this initiative. By highlighting women’s specific safety opinions and ideas, we help enrich a shared pool of thoughts on making the workplace a safer place.