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With the best of intentions, the clearest vision - even the right resources in place - your organisation’s safety performance can still fall short of where you want it to be. And despite all your best efforts, people still behave unsafely. How come? 20+ years of experience...

People were quick to blame the Costa Concordia’s captain when it ran aground and sank off the Italian coast. But in the haste to point fingers, blame culture fogged the real issue of poor risk assessment which contributed to the disaster. “One hundred years after the...

David Cameron’s recent controversial reference to the health and safety monster has provoked huge debate. It’s been a topic of much discussion at IOSH and IIRSM local safety groups as well as online where I’ve seen many fascinating responses from SHE practitioners. Very emotive stuff The Prime...