Culture & Behaviours


How the construction industry is recognising and tackling fatigue

Marcus de Guingand from Third Pillar of Health, explores some of the common findings in respect of fatigue in construction from conversations with industry professionals. He'll also delve into some of the consequences and look at how you can help reduce this hidden problem. Read More

Using the Hudson Ladder in the context of health culture

Is the Hudson Framework suitable for health culture? David Day, Head of SHE at nuclear specialist Nuvia UK, talks about why he has selected a particular cultural model as the basis to develop a health culture assessment tool. Read More

Introducing, 2018 Women in Health & Safety panel

Women in Health and Safety is a thriving network of people who support gender equality and want to see women flourish in our profession. On the second day of Safety & Health Expo 2018, the 2018 Women in Health & Safety panel was introduced. Read More

Police chiefs pledge to ‘root out’ sexual harassment

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) has promised to act over high levels of sexual harassment among staff after a new report revealed the scale of the issue. Read More

Are money worries keeping you awake at night?

Now that the heatwave has broken, many of us are looking forward to finally getting a decent night’s kip, but for some the prospect of eight hours uninterrupted sleep remains as elusive as ever. Read More

Scientists warn of the health risks of getting too much sleep

Sleeping more than eight hours a night could increase the risk of premature death, according to a new study. Read More

Physiotherapy helps Civil Nuclear Constabulary increase wellbeing and productivity

CNC aims to reduce incidents of sickness absence which resulted from musculoskeletal disorders that were caused by the nature of the its work. Read More

The new rules of safety: The future ain’t what it used to be

Disrupt the status quo and do better things. 'Up to 80% of work roles as we currently know them will vanish in the next two years. Whilst the health and safety profession has grown rapidly over the last 30 years, it is not immune to change', says Andrew Sharman. Read More

Is fatigue the greatest threat to UK policing?

At first glance the threat of fatigue to policing may seem like an extraordinary assertion. Surely UK policing (and other police forces around the world) have much bigger issues to worry about, no? Read More

Common health issues in the workplace – A headache or an itch that needs to be scratched?

Work and health are inextricably linked – and can have both positive and negative impact on each other, says Clare Forshaw. Read More



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