Culture & Behaviours


Safety trends: How to capitalise in your organisation

SHP caught up with Pamala Bobbitt, VP Product Marketing at Cority to discuss some of the major safety trends and concerns practitioners may be facing over the coming months. Read More

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

On a typical day, studies suggest we’ll be 'in zombie mode', on average, for five to 10 minutes each hour. This is bad enough for a single team of employees in a van but for organisations that have 10,000 employees worldwide that’s an awful lot of risk mounting up day by day, as Dr Tim Marsh investigates... Read More

‘Health and safety doesn’t happen behind a desk’, in conversation with Matthew Elson

SHP speaks to Matthew Elson, CEO at SHE Software, about how its Assure system is ‘changing the way companies manage health and safety’. Read More

Inquisitive culture in health and safety

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

Einstein’s safety culture quotes

Exactly how clever was Albert Einstein? Dr Tim Marsh looks back over some of his famous quotes. Read More

New project to investigate bullying in charities

The Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO) has teamed up with the Centre for Mental Health to investigate bullying in the third sector. Read More

Can organisational safety culture maturity start to regress?

In an email exchange with Patrick Hudson, he commented that a generative organisational safety culture can, in time, overlap with a pathological one. This got us thinking: is there a point that organisational safety culture maturity regresses? Read More

HMRC behaviour: Report highlights abusive and abrasive behaviour at HMRC

Civil servants working inside HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) face a “significant amount” of poor behaviour, which would not be acceptable in other working environments, according to an independent report. Read More

Government rejects car wash licensing scheme calls

The House of Commons environmental audit committee has published the Government’s response to a report it published in November, which called for hand car washes to be licensed to prevent “modern slavery in plain sight on Britain’s streets”. Read More

Site Auditing – Changing culture through coaching

The Turner & Townsend SHEQ (telecoms) team, explains how the change from purely compliance auditing to coaching and compliance has generated beneficial effects. Read More



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