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Digital Summit

The Future of Global Safety

Wednesday 23 September 2020 - 13:00 BST (GMT +1)

Key details

23 Sep - 24 Sep 2020

  • Location Online
  • Venue Online

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The Future of Global Safety, Lloyd’s Register Foundation's Digital Summit 2020, brings together some of the world's leading experts to explore the impact of COVID-19 on the future of global safety. 

As we navigate a world that is familiar yet changed, this digital summit will explore our collective resilience and responsiveness to systemic shocks, and look at how we ensure people’s safety in a reimagined future. It will explore leadership, governance, macro-economics and technology whilst focusing on three key themes – Resilience, the Future of Work and Education and Skills.

Join us to listen, reflect, gather expertise and create long term impact to ensure the safety of people around the world for years to come. 

Themes and discussions

'Resilience Matters - Infrastructure and Leadership in an Interconnected World'

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us is that the resilience of critical infrastructure is absolutely vital to keep society functioning. Our panel of experts will be discussing how we can make our cities, amenities and supply chains resilient to future safety challenges. 

'The Future of Work – Health, Safety and Wellbeing After COVID-19'

  • Our relationship to occupational health and safety and how we operate in the workspace is changing rapidly. Experts from key government organisations and the private sector will be forecasting what work could look like in the future. 

'Emerging Stronger –What can Skills and Education do to Help us Bounce Back?'

  • Our approach to skills and education in the post-COVID world will define our recovery. An expert panel will discuss the future of the education sector and the new skills base needed to prevent future pandemics and ensure global safety in the future. 

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