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It's Quarterly Co-Host time! This week we're joined by the amazing Crystal Danbury as our co-host for Q4! Crystal is an expert and driver of culture change with 19 years experience in safety having worked in nuclear, rail, transport and logisti
WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT - What a cracking conversation with the amazing Elisa Lynch on this week's podcast. She tells us about her journey into a health and safety career, her time working in Australia and we have an in-depth discussion about
Such a fun and thought provoking chat with the wonderful Chris Clearfield this week. We discuss the complexity of systems, empathy, blame and the infamous La La Land Oscars fiasco.
Join us this week where we chat to the amazing Crystal Danbury, Culture Change Specialist, about men and women in the workplace, maternity, paternity and how we as safety professionals can enable returning parents to succeed in their roles.
Sadly this is the last of our sessions with Rob Fisher, our Q3 co-host. It's been amazing to have Rob give his insights into so many different areas, so a massive thank you to him for being with us for the last 3 months. In this episode, we dis
Something different this week - a chat with Colin from The Interesting Health and Safety Podcast where we reflect on the conversations we've had at Project Mollitiam over the last month, and our thoughts on 'that IOSH article'.
Was great to chat with Anna Keen; she is such an influence in the safety space. We had many a technical issue but got through it in the end! It was eye opening to talk about the work Anna is doing at Acre Frameworks and how it contributes to a
A huge welcome back to Sam Goodman, AKA The HOP Nerd, getting personal about diversity, context, intent and more. Check it out on YouTube if you want to see our pretty faces.
We really hope you enjoy this episode with Christian, a specialist in Human Factors, where we discuss his journey and our views on leadership.
In this, the second episode of Rob's run as our quarter three co-host, he takes us on a journey into how to engage your workforce when it comes to concepts and processes to ensure sustainability of integrating these into the day to day workflow
Modern slavery is increasingly becoming part of a safety professional's role. James and Gordon chat about the challenges of tackling this issue and how we as individuals and businesses can all play a part.
It was so long ago we recorded this chat with the amazing Ruth Denyer that she hadn't even started her amazing new job at Netflix! But in this episode, we just have a general chit-chat about safety and risk etc.
In todays episode we launch our Diversity Mini Series. Its been long in the making and today we are kicking off with Jessy Gomes.
New quarter new quarterly Cohost. This quarter its Rob Fisher taking us step by step towards better safety starting with leadership.
James MacPherson give his own opinion and thoughts on the Investigative interviewing article published by IOSH that has sparked a very large and passionate debate.
I reflect on my chat with Helen Heenan part two with some of my favourite points from the chat and my own experience.
The amazing Helen Heenan returns for part two of our conversation this time we talk all about training and focus on how to be a facilitative trainer to get better result and delegate engagement.
I reflect on my chat with Helen Heenan.
Today James talks to the amazing Helen Heenan, a former commercial pilot and CRM trainer and now a Human Factors CRM specialist. Helen, give us an insight into the collapse of Flybe and immediate impact on the staff and some lessons on training
Its the last episode of the quarter! The last episode of Laura Aucott from the HSE Recruitment Network joining me to talk to CEO's
Today I has a car incident and I was blamed it made me think; Can we actually live in a world without blame? do we want to? can organisations really be blame-free? Has zero blame become the new view equivalent of zero harm?
Reflecting on my chat with Mike and Steve.
They are back. We didn't cover anywhere near what we could last time we spoke so we got the gents back to talk about the amazing work that Queensland Utilities are doing.
I reflect on my chat with Matt and my experiences in the housing and fire industry. I also detail my deep concerns as to why I think nothing will change.
He's back! but this time with a bang....he has become a bit of a celebrity since we last spoke. speaking on BBC and LBC! Matt Hodges-Long joins us to chat about the current state and complexities of Grenfell and the progress we have or have no
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