Culture & Behaviours


Work as imagined vs. work as done

Ralph Franke, Andre Fey, and Myriam Perrier, debate the topic of ‘work as imagined vs. work as done'. Read More

Ideology versus pragmatism in occupational safety and health

Dom Cooper summarises his recent EHS Congress session, where he dissected Safety Differently and behavioural safety. Read More

NEBOSH launches updated Health and Safety at Work Award

NEBOSH has launched an updated Health and Safety at Work Award, designed as an introduction to workplace health, safety, and risk. Read More

Is the post pandemic new normal an opportunity to kick-start a healthier business culture?

Flexible, agile, hybrid, blended… all these words have been used to describe the future of co-location working but how can we harness this opportunity to improve our workplace culture? Read More

A guide to helping employees with addiction

SHP provides a guide on how employers should approach addiction in the workplace, and how they can best support their employees. Read More

No Time to Die… or ‘The name’s Anker… Jason Anker’

In the latest part of his SHP blog series, Tim Marsh talks about what James Bond has in common with safety professionals and how safety leadership needs to have substance. Read More

Tackling drug-driving

This Global Fleet Champions factsheet sets out information about measures for addressing drug-driving within fleets. Read More

Social value, what’s it worth?

The Head of Products & Markets at CHAS, discusses some of the challenges and opportunities of embracing a positive social impact. Read More

Are turban wearing Sikhs underrepresented in health and safety management within the construction sector?

As a part of Black History Month, Paul Singh looks into the challenges face by turban wearing Sikhs when attempting to enter into a career in construction. Read More

Research finds Nordic countries are paving the way for the future of shared parental leave

Research has found 27% of working parents want more flexibility. Director for Mental Health at Bupa, shares the benefits of shared parental leave. Read More



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