Dominic Cooper


Psychological safety and a culture of fear

During these turbulent times, it has been sobering to see countries engage in the under-reporting of pandemic incidents, which is also a major problem in workplace safety. This provides a timely reminder that we need be better at giving people a voice in workplace safety to increase the number of reports. One avenue that holds promise is “Psychological Safety” which is a construct that addresses how “safe it is here for people to speak up without fear”. Read More

PTSD and the after-care of armed forces veterans

Heather Beach and Dr Dominic Cooper investigate the number of ex-military suicides as a result of PTSD and other mental health conditions. Read More

Servant Leadership and Safety

There is an urgent need to reverse the trend of rising Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) rates in the UK. The question is how? Dr Dominic Cooper argues that adopting a servant leadership approach targeting the main seven broken safety culture topics could lead to a major breakthrough. Read More

Your organisation and the law – mental health and stress

Heather Beach discusses how several charities are calling for a change in the law, so that it becomes a legal requirement for organisations to have mental health as well as physical first aiders. Read More

Download: Report – Safety culture evidence

Dr Dominic Cooper has conducted a review of the Safety Culture evidence since 1986 to date. The results were presented Read More

Video: Safety Performance Indicators with Dominic Cooper

In his fifth video for SHP, Dr Dominic Cooper explains safety performance indicators and how you should use the present and the future rather than the past. Read More

Video: Serious Injuries and Fatalities with Dominic Cooper, episode 4

In his fourth video for SHP Safety Talks, Dominic Cooper explains serious injuries and fatalities and what the causes and correlations are. Read More

Video: engaging employees with health and safety, episode 3

In his third video for SHP Safety Talks, Dr Dominic Cooper explains how engaged employees are much less likely to be involved in an incident, and that the costs of disengaged employees are about six times more for an incident than for an engaged employee. Read More

How do we measure Behavioural Safety?

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Video: Safety Leadership with Dominic Cooper, episode 2

In his second video for SHP Safety Talks, Dominic Cooper explains how leadership is the key to safety, and explains different forms of leadership, including transactional, transformational and servant leadership. Read More



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