SHP Meets Women in Health and Safety


‘Some people will hit a crisis level in their wellbeing, and we need to help them prepare for that’

SHP speaks to Tiffany Argent, to gain an insight into the varying impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has had on people’s wellbeing. Read More

Invisible disabilities in the workplace

Nichola Ebbern shares her personal experience of invisible disabilities in the workplace and provides advice for how employers can support them. Read More

Menopause: Health & safety professionals on how it affects them and how employers can provide support

SHP interviews two health & safety practitioners at different stages in their journey, about their personal experience with the menopause. Read More

Baby Loss Awareness Week: ‘Review your bereavement leave policy and consider signing up to the Pregnancy Loss Pledge’

SHP speaks to Jyssica Murphy, Divisional Heath, Safety & Environmental Manager at Redrow Homes, about her experience of miscarriage and how opening up to friends, family, colleagues and her employer helped her to deal with her loss. Jyssica also provides advice to employers and employees on how support a colleague who has experienced a loss. Read More

Coaching and leadership: How to develop non-technical skills and overcoming a lack of confidence

Anna Keen provides guidance on learning the relevant skills to progress your career, delving into how to present yourself confidently and tips for leaders when dealing with imposter syndrome. Read More

Developing non-technical skills and overcoming a lack of confidence

In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, we are joined by Anna Keen, who provides guidance on learning the relevant skills to progress your career and delves into confidence, including how to present yourself and tips for leaders when dealing with Imposter Syndrome. Read More

Breast cancer – My story and advice for supporting colleagues – In conversation with Pauline Haggar

Pauline Haggar was diagnosed with breast cancer on 2 July 2018. What followed was an intense period of surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. She continued to work as much as possible throughout her treatment. In this interview, she explains how it affected her at work – physically, mentally, and emotionally. Read More

What I’ve learned from supporting colleagues with cancer and their caregivers: In conversation with Kate Field

Kate Field has supported several colleagues living with cancer. This has included supporting individuals during treatment and on their return to work, as well as supporting caregivers whose loved ones have had cancer. In this interview Kate explains how she’s seen cancer impact people’s working lives and suggests ways in which employers can help. Read More

Depression, burnout and how to talk about mental health at work – My story, by Ann Diment

Ann Diment is Director of Work Safe and Well, transforming burned out professionals into resilient and compassionate leaders. She wants to smash the stigma of talking about mental health, to empower everyone to start those ‘difficult’ conversations so they can become more confident and creative leaders. Read More

My experience of workplace stress, in an organisation that didn’t see occupational stress as an issue: In conversation with Kate Field

Kate Field has never had a diagnosed mental illness or received medical treatment for her mental health. But like so many, she has certainly suffered with her mental health. Read More



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