Tim Marsh

Dr Tim Marsh PhD, MSc, CFIOSH, CPsychol, SFIIRSM is MD of Anker and Marsh. Visiting 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 diverse organisations such as the European Space Agency, the BBC, Sky TV, the RNLI and the National Theatre in his 25 year plus consultancy career. He has key noted and chaired dozens of conferences around the world including the closing key note at the Campbell Institutes inaugural International Thoughts Leaders event in 2014. He has written several best-selling books including Affective Safety Management, Talking Safety, Total Safety Culture, the Definitive Guide to Behavioural Safety and Organised Wellbeing. Previously he led Manchester Universities ground-breaking research team into behavioural safety methodologies in the 1990s.

Articles by this author

Behavioural safety & risk management: Dr Tim Marsh’s personal case study

Why Buddha would have made a great safety professional… or ‘Zen and the art of safety culture maintenance’

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’

Alertness in work

A simple strategy for mental health

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