Over the last 25 years, studies have repeatedly shown that women are safer drivers than men. The question is not whether women are better drivers, but why.
In any discussion on HSE, considerable management energy is devoted to Safety and Environmental matters. But usually conspicuous by its absence is the ‘H’. H for Health would appear to be missing, so where did it go?
As HSE professionals, we see much tragedy: injuries, sickness and spills that damage the environment. Twelve interventions are suggested that could help reduce the severity and frequency of incidents?
Are we focusing on the unimportant and the irrelevant? What role is there now for common sense, reflection, experience or even our ability to speak, listen and learn?
Community relations is both an art and a science, and is never easy. There are always reasons to wait until tomorrow to engage but, in truth, that tomorrow never comes for some companies. Take the first steps today with these ten, simple tips.
Four main reasons companies screw up, yet the solution is simple and based upon knowledge and respect. However, access to remedy presents perhaps one of the last hurdles for agreement, and the focus for work in 2015.
The tragic death of Shawn Miller of Citigroup has deprived the world of CSR of one of its leading lights. Shawn brought real positive change to his bank's corporate borrowers and his persuasive approach was always respectful and patient.
We expect everyone to be our friend... defined by “Likes” and some kind of friendship status. So also do companies. But how do we deal with and report to those who disagree with us? Is win-win the only way forward?