Risk & Safety Management
Workplace safety refers to the working environment at a company and encompasses all factors that impact the safety, health, and well-being of employees.
This can include environmental hazards, unsafe working conditions or processes, drug and alcohol abuse, and workplace violence
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.
If like me, you set objectives, goals or targets but don’t always get a 100% success rate…there could be a good reason for that.
“Still Going Wrong” by Trevor Kletz is one of my (many) favourite books. But, things are Still Going Wrong in the Safety World…Why? Let me share the 4C’s with you.
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
Let me share with you some of my top tips in this Vlog on where to start for risk and safety management.
In this Vlog I want to share my view on that expression that I guess we are all familiar with “Zero Accidents”. Is it realistic or just a pipe dream?
In this interview with Christian Harris, he describes how to apply the “CHIMES” framework for slip, trip and fall risk mitigation.
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.
Here are 5 reasons why a Safety Management System (SMS) provides and supports an effective risk-based decision making framework and process.
The Safety and Health Practitioner (SHP) produce a topic titled “Top 5 most read” and I thought it would be interesting to see what they were historically and also to gauge what is “Top of the Pops”
In this short article, I want to share with you my thoughts and career experience on how you can really improve your safety culture within your organisation.
Professor Scott Geller is the pioneer of the Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) concept.
In these 5 short interviews, I discuss with Scott the origins, what is BBS, what BBS is not, what next for BBS and Actively Caring for People.
In this interview with Dr Dominic Cooper (Dom), we discuss “why has safety performance flatlined in the UK”.