We are living in an age where technology is advancing at an amazing speed. To see how far we have come even in the last twenty years, it’s pretty impressive! If we just look at how this has affected the area of work, we can see that these advances have made it possible for us …
Safety Culture is probably one of the most important aspects of safety management, and probably the most difficult to implement. Whether you are a safety professional, supervisor, manager or an employee of a company, you need to consider the importance of creating a strong safety culture within your Organisation.
Benchmarking has proven to be a useful process used to drive improvement in management systems resulting in the opportunity for improved performance, enhanced reputation and also providing new opportunities for businesses.
It is important to remember that you cannot control everything in your work environment, but that does not mean that you are powerless, even when you are in a tough situation. Whatever your goals or work demands, there are always steps that you can take to protect yourself from the negative effects of stress
Whilst there are significant advantages of using contractors, an organisations safety management system must be geared to manage the potential imported risk. Andy Tilleard explores the 4 phases of the basic framework to oversee contractor management.
Conflict resolution is a challenging area, but as a manager or supervisor, it comes with the job. Although it is challenging, it can extremely rewarding also. It’s another attribute that you can add to your skill set and an excellent addition to your personal development.