‘Time’ for health and safety?
April 7, 2020
It goes without saying that everyone should make time for health and safety. However, thinking about ‘time’ from different perspectives can improve our understanding about health and safety behaviours, and enable us to anticipate and keep pace with changes in the world of work. Read More
Artificial intelligence: discussion and conclusions
November 15, 2016
In her final article on artificial intelligence and the impact on work and occupational health and safety, Helen Beers sums Read More
How AI could benefit the world of work and impact on OSH
November 10, 2016
Previous articles in this series by HSE’s Foresight Centre have described artificial intelligence (AI) as machines having traits such as Read More
The influence of artificial intelligence on future skills
November 8, 2016
Helen Beers, from the HSE’s foresight centre, explores what influence Artificial Intelligence (AI) has on skills required for the future and which Read More
What’s enabling and hindering artificial intelligence?
November 1, 2016
The science of making machines ‘smart’ (referred to as artificial intelligence (AI)) involves giving machines qualities such as learning and Read More
Artificial intelligence and machine learning – what are they?
October 25, 2016
Over the next month, Dr Helen Beers, technical lead at the HSE’s foresight centre at the Health and Safety Laboratory, Read More
The future of health and safety: In conversation with Helen Beers, HSL
March 14, 2016
HSE’s Foresight Centre at the Health and Safety Laboratory carries out varied and thought provoking work. Its aim is to Read More
Infographic: What does the future of work look like?
February 12, 2016
Over the next two weeks, SHP will be publishing a series of infographics from the Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) Read More