John Green , Director, Laing O’Rourke
28 Mar 2016
The use of terminology such as zero-harm targets fails to reflect that it is impossible to eliminate all health and safety risks at work, argues John Green.
23 Jun 2015
With global supply chains and flexible work, it might not always be possible to walk the shop floor, but leaders still need to find effective ways to communicate key messages.
Dr Tyna Taskila
08 Jan 2015
As the bridge between individuals and their organisation, line managers can protect their team from stressors, but to what extent do they absorb the pressure themselves?
20 Dec 2014
Improving the culture of safety within an organisation is neither an onerous nor a difficult task, but it requires us to be proactive and u
08 Sep 2014
If a positive workplace safety culture is to flourish, top-level commitment to health and safety must percolate throughout the organisation.
27 Jan 2014
The TUC has reignited its calls for the introduction of positive legal duties on directors backed up by an approved code of practice in a bid to driv
31 Jul 2013
The recent oil train disaster in Canada offers lessons for rail operators and regulators alike.
18 Jun 2013
Lord Cullen, the author of the watershed report into the regulation of offshore oil and gas activities, has underlined the continuing importance of leadership and workforce involvemen
07 Jun 2013
HSE’s waste industry forum has launched a five-prong plan for driving up standards focused on leadership and workforce involvement in what is one of