Video and infographic: zero accidents and the fear of failure
From zero caffeine, to zero tolerance to zero liability – zero is everywhere. But what does zero mean in our profession and what does it mean to you? Here, Andrew Sharman looks at the absolute that is zero – how it works in practice as a KPI and whether it is the right way to measure safety. Is a target of zero too hard to achieve, and does it set us up to fail? SHP has also produced a handy infographic, which summaries some of Andrew’s key points.
Five reasons you’ll never achieve zero harm
Do you D.A.R.E to challenge safety?
Getting honest about safety
Sleep and Fatigue: Director’s Briefing
Fatigue is common amongst the population, but particularly among those working abnormal hours, and can arise from excessive working time or poorly designed shift patterns. It is also related to workload, in that workers are more easily fatigued if their work is machine-paced, complex or monotonous.
This free director’s briefing contains:
- Key points;
- Recommendations for employers;
- Case law;
- Legal duties.