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This isn’t a “classical business text” but, before you turn the page, hear me out. Tim Ferriss gave up the rat race and created a code for working less, earning more and having a blast. His book is a New York Times bestseller. But, you may ask: “How on earth can it apply to workplace safety and health?”
“If the cost of action is high, the cost of inaction is enormously greater.” This was the compelling message from the first World Health Organization (WHO) Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health, which took place last autumn in Geneva.
International trade and travel for work bring particular safety and health concerns, challenges and responsibilities for employers, managers and OSH professionals.
Selecting the right culture assessment tool for an organisation is far from straightforward. David Day and Dan Morphew offer practical guidance on what to look for
Findings from ERM’s global safety survey show that safety leaders across industry sectors identify leadership engagement as the key to unlocking safety culture and performance improvement.
Today we use the word “machiavellian” to describe someone who gets what they want by lying and
cheating, but Machiavelli himself had a profound understanding of human nature.
It has been little more than a year since the international management standard ISO 45001 was launched to great fanfare.
On 3 April 2019, the Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) held its fourth Human Capital workshop in Paris (bit.ly/2PdMyaR). Created in 2011, the CSHS is a collaboration between IOSH, the American Society of Safety Professionals, the American Industrial Hygiene Association and the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.
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