It is now almost two years since the tragic Grenfell tower fire and so an appropriate moment to reflect on the progress —or lack—on implementing subsequent measures to ensure that occupants of high-rise buildings not only feel safe but actually are safe within their homes.
By David Parr, British Safety Council on 04 July 2019
There can’t be many people with responsibility for or interest in workplace health and safety unaware of the risks to health from inhaling asbestos fibres, or of the terrible toll of thousands of lives shortened by the diseases caused including its unique cancer, mesothelioma.
A year ago, I wrote about how ‘competition’ and ‘collaboration’ have both been necessary for survival over the millennia and that it should come as no surprise that these same deep forces influence our wellbeing in the workplace.
By Mike Robinson offers some insights into what wellbeing means today on 01 May 2019
At times when countries are engaged in internal conflicts, when different groups are at loggerheads and there is an absence of consensus and a breakdown in community, there will always be political forces seeking to make capital.