Safety Differently


Risk type, compliance and personal responsibility

Geoff Trickey, Chartered Psychologist, CEO of Psychological Consultancy Ltd., and Creator of the Risk Type Compass, discusses the benefits of a person centric approach to risk management. Read More

Ideology versus pragmatism in occupational safety and health

Dom Cooper summarises his recent EHS Congress session, where he dissected Safety Differently and behavioural safety. Read More

‘Major issues in health & safety should still be given the priority they deserve’

Ahead of EHS Congress 2021, which takes place in Berlin from 9-10 November 2021, SHP, an event media partner, looks ahead to what is in store this year. Read More

‘How much film you got in that bloody camera?’

In the latest part of his SHP blog series, Tim Marsh describes a simple ‘Safety Differently’ case study… Read More

Why minor accidents DON’T predict major ones

Over the last two decades, safety improvements across a number of industries have largely flatlined (as measured in fatalities and serious injury rates, for instance) despite a vast expansion of safety investment, compliance and paperwork. Read More

Safety Differently: Things to think about

John Green, Health and Safety Director at AECON, rounds off his Safety Differently series by looking into the future. Read More

Safety Differently: What it is not

In the second part of our Safety Differently series, John Green, Health and Safety Director at AECON, looks at some of the challenges you may face when implementing it. Read More

Safety Differently: Making the ‘New View’ work

John Green, Health and Safety Director at AECON discusses what Safety Differently is and why he feels there is a need for change. Read More

Doing Safety Digitally: A guide to EHS software

This guide from Alcumus is aimed at health and safety professionals who are looking to begin their digital transformation by adopting software. Read More

12 Rules for Life: ‘Risk taking is essential’

Tim Marsh, Managing Director at Anker & Marsh, discusses Jordan Peterson’s best-selling book 12 Rules for Life and specifically about rule 10 'People Need To Take Risks'. Read More



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