Health and safety
I have been wanting to write this blog for a while now but to be fair I have had nothing to boast about but these last few days have been really rewarding.
Have you ever heard that before? I hadn’t until I met a guy called Harvey Hardman. I started working with him when Pioneer and Hanson merged in the late 1990s early 2000s.
I once sat in a board meeting and a really forward thinking operations director said to the managing director: 'How on earth can we expect our managers to be really open and honest about our...
I have recently read a superb book by Matthew Syed called Black Box Thinking.
I want to start by thanking people for the great response to last month's blog. I even got some positive feedback from America so things can spread really quickly.
Controlling vehicle movements has been a hot topic for many, many years.
It is with great sadness that I have heard about a number of recent incidents in our industry that have resulted in fatalities.
If I asked you to write me a blank cheque, sign it, don’t put in the payee name or cheque amount, would you do it? I don’t think so.
I was with a HSE quarry inspector recently and we were discussing the HSE hot topics.
This month I want to give you a few things to think about on one of the basic health and safety topics, maintenance and inspection.
Yes, it’s that time of the year again. You get the urge to sort stuff out, have a good tidy up, empty the garage, chuck out those clothes that don’t quite fit like they used too.
I was thinking about how my business has transformed in the last few years. It was 2011 when I moved from Bristol up to Stamford. Bristol is a great city but Stamford has brought a great life.
I often get asked where is the best place to go for the answer to a site health and safety issue.
Tis the season to be jolly – and for many, it starts with an office party.