In the third episode of the SHP Safety Talks, Professor Tim Marsh, Managing Director at Anker & Marsh Safety and Honorary Professor, Plymouth University, explains how an individual can cause a violation and what happens when they do.
In safety if a job is slow, inconvenient and uncomfortable then someone will find a way to take a short-cut, and as Professor Marsh puts it; “let the future take care of itself.”
Eventually though, someone will get hurt.
The SHP Safety Talks are a series of small thought pieces designed to get you thinking, whist perhaps sipping your morning coffee. The SHPonline editorial team have invited key individuals from the safety world to deliver these mini-lectures, and you can expect only the most insightful, challenging and engaging threads.
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