SHP Meets


‘Work-related suicides should be monitored, regulated and prevented,’ SHP meets Prof Sarah Waters

SHP speaks to Sarah Waters, Professor of French studies at the University of Leeds, who has recently published a report, with Hilda Palmer from Hazards Campaign, looking into 12 suicide cases that occurred between 2015 and 2020 to discover whether they could be attributed to the workplace. Read More

World Mental Health Day: The importance of nurturing positive psychological health

In aid of World Mental Health Day on Sunday 10 October, SHP caught up with Karl Simons OBE, Executive Director for Health, Safety and Wellbeing at FYLD. Read More

‘We need to ask ourselves as leaders, what can we do to improve the workplace setup to support people?’

SHP discusses how organisations can adapt their approach to safety with Diane Chadwick-Jones. Read More

‘Mental health and wellbeing of employees is definitely further up the agenda’, SHP meets Rob Stephenson

SHP speaks to mental health campaigner and CEO of FormScore, Rob Stephenson, about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the health and safety profession and what more needs to be done to ensure business' are doing all they can to maintain 'mentally healthy' workplaces. 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

‘COVID has not just blurred that boundary between work and home, it’s completely eliminated it’, SHP meets Andrew Sharman

Andrew Sharman, CEO of RMS Switzerland and Chair of EHS Congress 2021, talks to SHP about what attendees can expect from this year's event. 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

How do periods of economic growth affect workplace injuries?

SHP speaks to Tanya Jenke, who has recently carried out a study to find whether economic growth, following a period of recession, has an impact on workplace injuries… Read More

How do periods of economic growth affect workplace injuries?

We are joined by Tanya Jenke, General Manager of Cority Australia, who has recently carried out a study, analysing over half a million occupational injuries in Western Australia between 2003-2019, to find whether economic growth following a period of recession has an impact on workplace injuries. Read More

‘It’s okay not to be okay,’ in conversation with The Mental Health Runner

SHP speaks to Thomas Dunning, Mental Health Runner Director, who was named SHP’s Trailblazer in Positive Social Impact, for 2020. Read More



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