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Safety at MINI post lockdown: ‘The big challenge is not so much making people safe, but making people feel safe’

Ian Hepplewhite, General Manager for Physical Logistics at iconic manufacturer MINI, part of the BMW Group, speaks to SHD Logistics Magazine about the impact of lockdown and COVID-19 on the Oxford plant. Read More

From Crisis to Opportunity: 5 things leaders must do to reset culture

Ella NilaKanthi Ford explores why a new kind of leadership is needed to help organisations move forward safely in these changing and challenging times. Read More

Keeping manufacturing facilities running safely during COVID-19

Kirsty Adams, Editor of SHD Logistics Magazine, catches-up with Combilift’s Martin McVicar to discuss safety measures introduced at the manufacturer’s County Monaghan plant due to COVID-19, and the ever-important issues around fork lift safety. Read More

It’s time for safety to shine

As lockdown kicked in, no one saw the coronavirus crisis as an opportunity. But opinions can change, as the results of a latest Insight document reveal. Read More

Almost 1 in 4 Britons report a positive improvement in mental health during lockdown

Launched during Mental Health Awareness Week, a recent survey looks at the nation’s mental health during the coronavirus lockdown. Read More

How to get your employees back to work safely and smoothly

iHASCO is adding a number of online programmes to its course library to help organisations get their employees back into the workplace as safely and smoothly as possible. Read More

The New Rules of Safety: Pace and urgency

Professor Andrew Sharman explores how leadership communications influence not just the pace of work, but the urgency of worker safety and offers a new way for leaders to talk about production without creating a contest between safety and getting the job done. Read More

Occupational health and safety in the home

Around 8.7 million people said that they worked from home in 2019 – less than 30% of the UK workforce – according to a survey by the Office for National Statistics. The same survey also reported that only 1.7 million regularly worked from home. Read More

Pregnant workers and COVID–19

When it comes to pregnant workers, employers are required to carry out a risk assessment to identify the risks and how they will be eliminated or reduced. So, what risks and issues should employers be aware of within their pregnant workforce amid the coronavirus outbreak? Read More

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