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This podcast is worth listening to. Not just because it will help you pass the time of day but because it tackles one of the most important issues in the workplace today … mental health. It’s our aim to use this podcast to build awareness of proactive and preventative approaches to workplace mental health. We introduce you to the new ISO45003 standard that was released in June 2021. A framework for how workplace mental health should be approached. Each week we’ll have a guest from the field ...
 
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Safety on Tap

Andrew Barrett | Growing leaders | Drastically improving health & safety

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The Safety on Tap podcast is for leaders (yes, that's you!) wanting to grow themselves and drastically improve health and safety along the way. We bring you free-flowing ideas, perspectives and stories from interviews with only the most interesting people - to help you take positive, effective and rewarding action. Nice!
 
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In today's podcast, Sheila Lord has a fascinating conversation with Bob Cummins, Executive Director of Sodak, about how companies can create a safer, healthier, and more effective place of work through behavioural insights. They also discuss the meaning of “behaviour” and Bob outlines the elements that influence other people's behaviourBob believes…
 
This week on the UK Psych Health & Safety podcast, Sheila Lord and Peter Kelly are speaking to Richard Heron. Richard has worked as the chief medical officer and the global head of health for BP the last 16 years. He’s a member of the national forum for health and safety, the National Health Service expert advisory group for health and wellbeing, a…
 
In this week's episode Sheila Lord and Peter Kelly are speaking to Dr Christian Van Stolk - Executive Vice President at RAND Europe. He has worked broadly on health and well-being. His work in the past has focused on working on the health and well-being of staff in the National Health Service in the UK and looking at the connection between producti…
 
In addition to our regular podcasts, this is a little series that brings you the candidates for the 2022 Australian Institute of Health and Safety Board elections. Why am I doing these? Take a listen and I'll explain. We've given each candidate only 10 minutes to convince you they are worthy to serve members of the AIHS. To get more info, including…
 
In this episode, Sheila Lord and Peter Kelly are talking to Kevin Daniels, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of East Anglia about how, as employers, we go about prioritising the business case for wellbeing. Kevin also tells us about a recent project he has been involved in Evolve Workplace Wellbeing which launched May 16thKevi…
 
In addition to our regular podcasts, this is a little series that brings you the candidates for the 2022 Australian Institute of Health and Safety Board elections. Why am I doing these? Take a listen and I'll explain. We've given each candidate only 10 minutes to convince you they are worthy to serve members of the AIHS. To get more info, including…
 
In addition to our regular podcasts, this is a little series that brings you the candidates for the 2022 Australian Institute of Health and Safety Board elections. Why am I doing these? Take a listen and I'll explain. We've given each candidate only 10 minutes to convince you they are worthy to serve members of the AIHS. To get more info, including…
 
In addition to our regular podcasts, this is a little series that brings you the candidates for the 2022 Australian Institute of Health and Safety Board elections. Why am I doing these? Take a listen and I'll explain. We've given each candidate only 10 minutes to convince you they are worthy to serve members of the AIHS. To get more info, including…
 
In addition to our regular podcasts, this is a little series that brings you the candidates for the 2022 Australian Institute of Health and Safety Board elections. Why am I doing these? Take a listen and I'll explain. We've given each candidate only 10 minutes to convince you they are worthy to serve members of the AIHS. To get more info, including…
 
This week Sheila joins James MacPherson Managing Director and Chief Operational Risk Consultant @ RiskFluent on his Rebranding Safety podcast.Amongst over things they are discussing where mental health sits within an organisation and who has responsibility for it, ISO’s (how and who), behaviour and culture change and they give their thoughts on how…
 
In this episode Sheila Lord is speaking to Sue Parker- Tantush, Co-op Group Risk Head of Safety and Garth Davenport, Health and Safety Business Partner about risk-based approaches to wellbeing and the program that they have implemented across the co-op group for staff wellbeing.By Sue Parker-Tantush, Garth Davenport, Sheila Lord
 
In this special edition of the UK Psych Health and Safety Podcast, to mark Men's Health Week 2022, Sheila Lord has been speaking to Emily Pearson, Co-founder & Managing Director of Our Mind's Work and Paul Bannister, Director at ManHealth. Emily is the founding manager of Our Minds Work & Paul is the founder of Man's Health and both work together t…
 
Hey it's Andrew, and this is Safety on Tap! On the 13th of May 2022 I had the extraordinary experience of spending a few hours in a virtual event with Safety on Tap listeners from around the world to celebrate 200 episodes of the Safety on Tap podcast. This is a podcast, but its more than that, it's a community, and I wanted to celebrate with you. …
 
In this episode Sheila Lord is speaking to Peter Cheese, CEO of the CIPD the professional body for HR and a fellow of the Australian HR Institute, about the role of HR in workplace well-being and the development into more cross-functional working with other disciplines such as wellbeing, H&S and Leadership.Since January 2019, Peter has been co-chai…
 
In this episode, Sheila Lord and Peter Kelly are speaking to Kevin Lyons, Senior HR Manager at Pearson Group about the role and value of mental health first aiders as part of an organisation's approach to wellbeing, and the structure and support needed for MHFA’s in the context of the changing nature of work. Kevin drives many projects across the b…
 
Peter Sanders, Co-Founder and Group MD of identifi Global, speaks to Sheila Lord, Director at BMR Health and Wellbeing about what makes a happy, thriving work environment in 2022.They discuss important topics around workplace happiness, mental health while working remotely, how to empower employees, and what makes a great manager. As we’ve complete…
 
his is a cheeky episode, halfway between episode 199 and episode 200, with two really short messages for you - an invitation and a request. First, I want you to be a part of episode 200! In exactly the same way that phones are only as good as having people to talk to, a team is only a team because of who is part of it, and roads only exist because …
 
In August 2020 the Lived Experience Wellbeing Project surveyed over 2,000 safety-critical aviation workers, and examined levels of psychological distress and the supports being provided to and availed of by these workers. One year on, we want to see how things have changed. Is it better? Is it worse?…
 
I know her personally, we were part of a business group a few years ago. Having gotten far more focussed and proactive with my overall financial goals and position in recent years, I asked this Financial Planner to come over and help us plan our finances. We prepared a lot, laid it all out - mortgage situation, credit, assets, a business, a family …
 
In this episode Lucy Tallon, Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing at The Film & TV Charity, joins us today to talk about how the Film & TV industry can improve the mental health of the massive workforce that enables the artistic work that we enjoy.Lucy started her career at The Economist as an editorial assistant. Throughout the years, Lucy has work…
 
My guest today is Antony Malmo. Antony is a self described Wellbeing Smuggler, Jargon Cutter, Systems Wrangler, and C-suite Whisperer. He's a director at Allos Australia, an organisation that approaches workplace mental health systemically; from EAP support and Psych Health and Safety, to Leadership & Strategy. He studied ecosystem science and psyc…
 
In this episode Peter Griffiths, CEO and Co-Founder of the Mind Take Away and host of the Mind Take Away Podcast, is speaking to Sheila Lord, Director of BMR - Health and Wellbeing, about the importance of listening to your employees and why we need to take a systemic approach when it comes to workplace mental health and wellbeing. We often hear le…
 
What if you could better guide your organisation on what's most important, and be more confident about the results you can deliver? That's what today's guest is asking of all of us, assuming that’s the kind of professional we want to be. My guest today is Professor Rob Briner, and he has had a bee in his bonnet about what people like us do, in part…
 
In this episode, Sheila Lord and Peter Kelly are talking to David Liddle about organisational cultures. What a good organisational culture should look like and how we go about creating better ones. David is CEO of the TCM Group and a thought leader in the areas of organisational dynamics, conflict resolution, and transformational culture. He is the…
 
Gandhi did it with walking and without food. Michael Pollan did it with food and a book. Al Gore did it with a film. Dave Grohl did it with Youtube in 2020, and Dave Provan did it with words in 2018. Each of them, in defence of something important. And so must you. The word defence usually conjures up three different things for people. Either, syno…
 
There is an enormous amount of talk about new safety approaches, in theory, compared to implementation in practice. But implementation does exist, it does show promise, and it can be done at scale. My guests today are First Officer Bogomir Glavan and First Officer Nicholas Peterson from American Airlines Learning and Improvement Team. This team is …
 
Today we are talking to Laura Thomas, Barrister, Safety Strategist and Risk Leader about the legal obligations for employers when it comes to health and safety and why taking a risk-based approach to workplace mental health is crucial.By Peter Kelly, Sheila Lord, Laura Thomas
 
All forward-thinking leaders are interested in strategy. But what, exactly, is the purpose of strategy? This is the first podcast out for 2022 so for new-release listeners, happy new year! This year I'm getting far more focussed and intentional to bring you insights from the coaching work I do with health and safety professionals, and I'll tell you…
 
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