Risk & Safety Management
For risk and safety management, we might be interested in defining the situation or the problem, for example:
- What is it about?
- What are you trying to find out?
- What is the reason for investigating it?
- What is happening?
- What change occurs?
- What happens next and what is the sequence of events?
- What are verified and established events?
- What events need to be examined further?
Collection of Articles, Videos, FREE e-Courses, Interviews etc….
In this interview with Professor Tim Marsh, we talk about mental health, stress factors and what can be done if you or someone you know is affected by mental health issues.
In this article I want to share with you some brief (and I really do mean brief) details on what is risk and the risk equation.
Let’s keep it simple.
Within this FREE eCourse, we provide an Introduction and also outline the Process Safety Management (PSM) eCourse structure based on the Chemical Center for Process Safety (CCPS) Risk Based Process Safety (RBPS) framework.
In this interview, I discuss with Prof. Andrew Sharman “Safety, Leadership and Future Leaders”.
Hazard and safety signs and symbols play an important role when it comes to workplace safety. Do you know them and their differences?
Safety moment to discuss Types of Workplace Hazards
Bias has various flavours, shapes, sizes and styles. They play a pivotal role in relation to human psychology, behaviour and habits associated with risk and safety management.
SIMOPS is an abbreviation of “simultaneous operations”. But why is it important to review risks as a result of SIMOPS?
Have you heard of “impact investments”? Risk assessments play a key role in impact investing, but how?
PESTLE: 6 External Risks That Every Organisation Must Review. What are they and why should you even bother to review them?
How to determine the costs and benefits of risk, safety and health improvement initiatives within your organisation.
In this Blog, Javi shares with us some personal experience on how to determine costs and benefits of Risk, Safety and Health Improvement Initiatives within your Organisation.
ALARP stands for “As Low As Reasonably Practicable” and is often used within Risk and Safety Management circles. But what exactly is it…?
Nearly every Organisation would own up and say ““we do risk management”.
But what is Risk Management?
When it’s time for a safety and risk performance review within your organisation, take into consideration the following 10 aspects for starters.
Ignore Management of Change (MoC) and Management of Organisational Change (MoOC) at your Organisation’s peril.
But, what is MoC and MoOC?