Culture & Behaviours


Safety Differently: Making the ‘New View’ work

John Green, Health and Safety Director at AECON discusses what Safety Differently is and why he feels there is a need for change. Read More

The health & safety servant leader

"The servant leader’s attributes of genuine care for others, as well as a deep empathetic approach to understanding the psychosocial factors in the workplace and how people interact within a system, can really prove effective to better understand the dynamic nature of risk." Read More

What impact are client requirements currently having on health and safety?

In the latest of its Safety Bytes videos, Irwin & Colton meets Steve Hails, Director of Health, Safety & Wellbeing at Tideway. Read More

Understanding the next generation of workers: Insights on expectations of work and perceptions about health and safety

In order to gain greater insight about the expectations and perceptions of the next generation of workers, HSE's Helen Beers invited a group of students who are currently studying science subjects, to discuss their perceptions about work and risks to health and safety. Read More

EHS Congress: What cultures do we need to embed within organisations and how do we implement them?

SHP joined health and safety practitioners from all over Europe and beyond in Berlin for a networking and conference event. Read More

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

In the first video Professor Tim Marsh, Honorary Professor, Plymouth University and Managing Director at Anker & Marsh Safety, explains the four steps to a better safety culture. Read More

How to stay mindful when travelling on business

For many people, business trips can be an exciting opportunity to travel, meet new people and experience new ideas, but they can also be enormously stressful too. Read More

‘Right to roam’ in office makes for more productive workforce

Survey results revealed that using portable sit-stand desks enhance productivity on a number of levels. Read More

Modern Slavery: MPs call for car wash gangs to be licensed

The Environmental Audit Select Committee has called on ministers to review whether the Modern Slavery Act 2015 should be updated to cover small car wash gangs. Read More

Workplace bullying: New campaign to tackle bullying in the automotive industry

The charity Ben, which helps people who work in the automotive sector, has launched a new campaign to tackle bullying at work. Read More



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