Maximising recovery means planning to emerge from a crisis “ahead of the curve”, learning lessons quickly, being agile, and adapting to new situations to help an organisation thrive. Crisis events are highly disruptive and damage company value. However, some organisations can emerge from this crisis stronger.
Taking a proactive approach will aid your recovery:
- Colleague Safety and Guidance
- Supply Chain Resilience
- Claims Advocacy and Claims Cost Mitigation
- Insurance and Risk Cost Management
- Business resilience
- Cyber Implications
Social distancing measures continue to be widely viewed as the key way to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the absence of a vaccine. However, what does social distancing look like in a coronavirus-era workplace?
Employees may develop symptoms of COVID-19 while at work. Businesses should consider developing sick at work policies and procedures to handle these situations properly.
Marsh's risk and safety professionals have drawn upon our extensive knowledge to identify immediate actions for your organisation to consider as you prepare, implement, and manage a return to on-site work.Read more
Six broad topics that organizations need to address as they reopen for business, ranging from how we define “clean” to the nature of work and supporting logistics.
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