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If COVID-19 has sharpened everyone’s focus on risk, how can we harness this and reflect the learnings into a better and safer culture for the future? This was the topic of a fascinating panel discussion that we held last week, with contributions from safety leaders representing...

Ella NilaKanthi Ford explores why a new kind of leadership is needed to help organisations move forward safely in these changing and challenging times. We’re in a new era - at least it feels like it.  The entire business world can press its reset button. ...

How to keep your people healthy, safe and engaged Latest Corona Virus precautions are requiring businesses to rethink the way their people work together. There is plenty of research that tells us that when people work remotely, the reduced proximity can lead to a lack of...

Mike Bridge explores why it pays to be mindful of the human factors that accompany the cold, grey, damp days of winter. As the days draw in, the clocks change and the mercury falls, we are often prompted to prepare for the first frosts. While national road safety...

Many of our clients ask us this question, however the simple answer is that you can’t! Colin Hewson, Tribe Culture Change Consultant explains why. Unless you are a startup business, it’s not possible to create a safety culture...

Technology and travel is allowing companies to reach out across distances, time zones and often, very different, cultures. Ella Nilakanthi Ford looks at the importance of recognising and adapting to these differences, as well as what happens when companies get it wrong… Globalisation is something that...

Do busy manufacturing or distribution plants have to accept some element of risk to their works if they are to be productive? Kevin Edwards looks at the often polar forces of safety and production and asks if they can be brought together…   Are accidents simply a...

Active Listening is a powerful tool and one we don’t use enough. Kate Morris looks at why it’s time to stop thinking about what we want to say and start listening – who knows, you might learn something… “Are you listening or waiting to speak?” This was...