Crew Health Advice: What is Resilience?
Resilience is about bouncing back from stressful situations and recovering quickly from difficulties. It is overcoming problems through the use of different techniques.
Increasing and strengthening the capacity to deal with life’s challenges is an important component towards achieving and sustaining safe working practices and a zero-incident industry.
Within this advice, we examine what resilience is and how you can build your resilience through means such as resilience training.
The PDF is available to download below.
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