Andrew Sharman


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

New partnership enables EHS leaders to learn practical skills to improve safety culture

Cority is to deliver an IOSH Certified behavioral safety leadership program through an exclusive partnership with Dr Andrew Sharman and RMS. Read More

Beyond ticking the box, in conversation with Andrew Sharman

Professor Andrew Sharman calls on his over two decades of experience in consulting with FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies to discuss some of the key trends in workplace health and safety and give guidance on improving health and safety culture at work. Read More

Working at height: ‘People simply don’t see the risks’

Falls from height account for a significant proportion of workplace and at-home serious and fatal accidents in many countries around the world. In this article Andrew Sharman argues that we must to engage, encourage and empower workers to think differently about how they perceive risks in the workplace. Read More

The New Rules of Safety: Be careful what you measure

Professor Andrew Sharman offers caution on the desire to set hard measures to quantify the behaviour of workers and suggests that if we’re not careful, we might just get what we measure. Read More

Working at height – Finding just the right balance

Andrew Sharman explores how a Just Culture and Felt Leadership in health and safety at work can help us get the balance just right. Read More

Wellbeing at work: Developing real leadership buzz

Professor Andrew Sharman speaks on how to sustain and create wellbeing in the workplace. Read More

The New Rules of Safety: Believe it. Or not.

Professor Andrew Sharman explores how organisational culture is created – and diluted – and considers the four key elements that practitioners should consider when seeking to establish a robust culture of care in their workplaces. Read More

The New Rules of Safety: Ask the RIGHT questions!

Andrew Sharman offers five questions to boost your strategic influence and drive sustained safety improvement in your organisation – today! 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



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