Tim Marsh

Dr Tim Marsh PhD, MSc, CFIOSH, CPsychol, SFIIRSM is professor at Plymouth University. He is considered a world authority on the subject of behavioural safety, safety leadership and organisational culture. As well as many of the world's most recognisable industrial names, Tim has worked with the European Space Agency, the BBC, Sky TV and the National Theatre, and has chaired more than two dozen conferences on behavioural safety in the UK.  He has written three books including Affective Safety Management, Talking Safety and Total Safety Culture. Tim is a co-founder Ryder-Marsh Safety. Now MD Anker & Marsh.


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Behavioural safety (and blue pies): Trip hazards

‘Why James Reason was looking in the wrong direction … and mental health first aiders are only a part of the answer’

Einstein’s safety culture quotes

Safety violations: SHP Safety Talks with Professor Tim Marsh [VIDEO]

Video: Four steps to a better safety culture – SHP Safety Talks with Tim Marsh

12 Rules for Life: ‘Risk taking is essential’

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A simple strategy for mental health

Video: dispelling the myth – positive people are NOT safer people

James Tye: Ahead of his time – the superhero of safety

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