Tim Marsh


Sex and the safety message…

Tim Marsh revisits an old article of his and asks, is it better to risk offending the few to get an important message over to the many? Or is there a bigger picture that renders such short-term concerns irrelevant? Read More

What health and safety can learn from the book ‘How Spies Think’

Tim Marsh takes a look at the David Omand book and applies some of its findings to health and safety. Read More

Leadership and safety culture

In Episode 7 of the Safety & Health Podcast, we revisit two recent SHP webinars and find out whether there is a difference between leadership and safety leadership and how to implement a successful safety culture within an organisation. Read More

Safety culture Q&A

Following our recent Safety Culture webinar, part of the SHP Webinar Wednesdays Series, we put your unanswered questions to panellist Tim Marsh. Read More

Zoom conferences and COVID-19

Tim Marsh discusses how, despite the relative success of conference calls and webinars during the pandemic, he hopes to be seeing you at a drinks reception soon... Read More

Lessons from contrasting ‘return to work’ best practice with safety excellence

Tim Marsh and Karen Royale compare and contrast what very best practise is in return to work circles. Read More

Behavioural safety & risk management: Dr Tim Marsh’s personal case study

'I was calm, sober and legally compliant so I should have been safe. Indeed, I had been safe about 150,000 times before in similar circumstances … but what I didn’t do was double check an assumption…' Read More

Why Buddha would have made a great safety professional… or ‘Zen and the art of safety culture maintenance’

This article covers five Buddhist principles or concepts that have direct relevance to safety excellence. Read More

Behavioural safety (and blue pies): Trip hazards

Tim Marsh talks through some of practical techniques that are required to protect individuals from behavioural risk like trip hazards. Read More

‘Why James Reason was looking in the wrong direction … and mental health first aiders are only a part of the answer’

On a typical day, studies suggest we’ll be 'in zombie mode', on average, for five to 10 minutes each hour. This is bad enough for a single team of employees in a van but for organisations that have 10,000 employees worldwide that’s an awful lot of risk mounting up day by day, as Dr Tim Marsh investigates... Read More



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