Building Relationships

‘We’re great at building Homes- we need to be great at building Relationships!’ The above quote has come from Ed Woods, Health &Safety Director, Taylor Wimpey UK. Since the financial crisis of 2008, the building and construction … [Read more...]

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time” Dalai Lama

Developing compassion through storytelling

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time” Dalai Lama You could easily imagine that compassion is a word that is used a lot in the NHS but sounds a bit strange on a building site, an instillation in the North Sea or a train track. The … [Read more...]

Don't forget about the office!

H&S in the Office

For nearly 10 years we’ve been developing and delivering safety leadership and behavioural safety programmes with clients in high risk sectors including Oil and Gas, Building and Construction and Transport and Logistics. These high risk … [Read more...]

H&S at Babcock - View of an apprentice

H&S at Babcock – View of an apprentice

Over the last year we've been supporting the Home Safe Everyday programme at Babcock Rosyth with conferences and workshops for leaders, managers, supervisors and operatives.  In a complex, busy construction site, the experience of … [Read more...]

Exercises to explore diversity

Marianna Chiri joins the team – Welcome!

Marianna Chiri, an IT and digital media specialist, worked with us this Spring as an intern.  We're delighted to say that she has now joined us as a full time member of the team.  She'll continue to manage the website, our on-line marketing … [Read more...]

Babcock impact statement by Andy Forbes

Babcock endorse our safety partnership

Working in Partnership - Babcock leads the way in listening, responding and taking action on what its people say. Babcock, Rosyth knows that to bring about improvements in health and safety performance there is a need for our people to … [Read more...]

Experience misunderstanding in communication

Experience misunderstanding in communication

Any one of us can experience the need for support to express ourselves or to understand what is being said. It may be quite easy for another person to spot that we have a CSN (Communication Support Need), for example, we may have a visible … [Read more...]