SHP Meets


Five-Star Audit, Sword of Honour and Globe of Honour Awards, How does it work? SHP meets British Safety Council’s David Parr

The British Safety Council’s Five Star Occupational Health and Safety Audit has been revised and updated for 2021. It now places greater emphasis on assessing how effectively an organisation manages the combined risks to workers’ health and wellbeing, as well as business resilience and recovery. Read More

‘COVID-19 has given the health & safety profession a seat at the table’

SHP speaks to Lucilla Cummings, Travis Perkins PLC’s HSE Improvement Specialist, who was named SHP’s Rising Star UK in December, about some of her interesting and innovative safety ideas and how she implemented them in her business. Read More

‘The future of safety is very much behavioural safety focused’

SHP speaks to Sam Watts, PepsiCo EHS Specialist, who was named SHP’s Award for Rising Star in Manufacturing. Read More

‘The training industry is going revolve around a blend of face-to-face and virtual’

SHP speaks to Matthew Durant, BAM Construction Training Managing Director, who was named SHP’s Rising Star in Construction, back in December. Read More

Alastair Campbell on workplace mental ill-health

In episode 12 of the Safety & Health Podcast, we hear from former 10 Downing Street Director of Communications, Alastair Campbell, about the stigma around mental health in the workplace and tips for employers and those suffering with mental ill health. Also, we have a candid interview about suffering from burnout. Read More

Safe events: Liverpool’s live music test event

At the beginning of May, the eyes of the UK events business, and the event-going public, focused on Liverpool’s Bramley Moore Dock, which hosted 6,000 people for two nights of live music. Here, SHP sits down with Eddy Grant, Director of Symphotech, the firm behind safety of the event, to look back on how it went and what it means for events moving forward. Read More

‘One of the key things that we can do to support education staff, is to prioritise their mental health and wellbeing, alongside the mental health of children and young people’

SHP speaks to Faye McGuiness, Director of Programmes at Education Support, about how the pandemic has affected the health and wellbeing of the education sector and what more can be done to support people who work and are involved in education. Read More

‘We cannot underestimate the impact that the pandemic has had on the nation’s mental health’

Ahead of Workplace Wellbeing Show Connect 2021, SHP speaks to Emma Mamo, Head of Workplace Wellbeing at Mind, about the work the charity has been doing during the pandemic. Read More

The Rising Stars of health & safety

In episode 11 of the Safety & Health Podcast, we focus on the SHP Awards and hear from four winners, SHP’s Rising Star UK and Rising Stars in construction and manufacturing and SHP’s Trailblazer in Positive Social Impact. Hear some interesting and innovative safety ideas from the construction and manufacturing sectors and learn how the perceived negative of struggles with mental ill-heath, can be turned into a positive. Read More

Getting your message heard and increasing your visibility

SHP talks to Karen McDonnell, Policy Advisor at RoSPA, who outlines some steps to take to make sure your wellbeing message reaches your audience for maximum impact. Read More



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SHP legislation update eBook – April 2021

A guide to silica compliance

Employee wellbeing: Shifting the focus on employee benefits in a pandemic

Post-Brexit environmental health and safety regulations in the UK

How to reduce noise in the workplace