The New Rules of Safety: Be careful what you measure
August 2, 2019
Professor Andrew Sharman offers caution on the desire to set hard measures to quantify the behaviour of workers and suggests that if we’re not careful, we might just get what we measure. Read More
Working at height – Finding just the right balance
July 2, 2019
Andrew Sharman explores how a Just Culture and Felt Leadership in health and safety at work can help us get the balance just right. Read More
Who is the most influential person in health and safety? Vote now…
June 5, 2019
We want your votes to produce a list of the most influential people in health & safety, and ultimately an overall winner. Read More
Wellbeing at work: Developing real leadership buzz
May 3, 2019
Professor Andrew Sharman speaks on how to sustain and create wellbeing in the workplace. Read More
A simple guide to coaching in health and safety
April 10, 2019
Where to focus your time developing and practicing coaching skills. Read More
The New Rules of Safety: Believe it. Or not.
April 9, 2019
Professor Andrew Sharman explores how organisational culture is created – and diluted – and considers the four key elements that practitioners should consider when seeking to establish a robust culture of care in their workplaces. Read More
Inquisitive culture in health and safety
February 25, 2019
Jim Senior, Health and Safety Director at Multiplex, a premier global construction company, shares how Multiplex is encouraging its people to embrace a curiosity mind-set. Read More
The New Rules of Safety: Ask the RIGHT questions!
January 29, 2019
Andrew Sharman offers five questions to boost your strategic influence and drive sustained safety improvement in your organisation – today! Read More
EHS Congress: What cultures do we need to embed within organisations and how do we implement them?
November 21, 2018
SHP joined health and safety practitioners from all over Europe and beyond in Berlin for a networking and conference event. Read More
The new rules of safety: Question everything!
October 31, 2018
It’s time to be more human, says Andrew Sharman. Read More