With a new US government set to take office, a more aggressive enforcement approach from health & safety regulators may be just around the corner. For employers looking to reduce their business risk, achieving regulatory compliance starts with a strong, sustainable audit program. But with COVID-19 restrictions still in place, many organizations are facing new barriers that may impede how they assess compliance and limit their potential exposure. A digital transformation of your health & safety audit strategy, however, may be the first step to help you keep your business on the right side of the law.
Join Cority’s Sean Baldry, CRSP as he explores how a digital reimagination of your organization’s audit program can offer new, exciting opportunities in compliance management, especially in an ever-evolving post-pandemic workplace. In this session, we’ll cover:
Sean Baldry, CRSP, Product Marketing Manager, Cority
Sean Baldry is a Product Marketing Manager supporting Cority’s Health and Safety solutions. Sean has worked for nearly 20 years in occupational health & safety with leading global corporations servicing the construction, mining, automotive and manufacturing sectors. During his career, he has worked at operational and executive levels, assisting teams to build effective systems and safety cultures that drive organizational excellence. Before joining Cority, Sean was the Director of Health and Safety with LafargeHolcim’s Eastern Canada division. Sean is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP).