Tag: Safety Culture

“He’s Not The Messiah” – How Interdependent Teamwork Tackles The Them And Us Safety Culture

  The Monty Python fans among you will instantly picture the scene from “The Life of Brian” movie. The massed crowd outside their new-found saviour’s ramshackle bedroom window arguing over their individuality with their new “Messiah” Brian and his mother. But it would take a ‘serious’ movie geek to remember the next few lines when in unison the crowd chant […]…

read more

Take Care?

Our consultants travel around the country and as you would imagine often spot safety issues that make them pause for thought. Here is how Richard Davison was inspired by a recent train journey: Shortly after getting off a train, and becoming part of the jostling throng full of sharp elbowed commuters, each trying to reach the ticket barrier first, something […]…

read more

Giants of Leadership – A Testimonial

Giants of Leadership – A Testimonial I worked for a company that took safety to it’s heart and had many young manager with high potential making their way through the management jungle to the high temple of executives….One day I was asked “Vince, how are we going to get our principal of safety first over to this management group?”…that was […]…

read more

RoSPA Gold Award for Meerkats at Morden

It’s always good to hear positive news. This month we’ve been greeted with the wonderful announcement that BOC Morden has won the Gold Award for achievement in this year’s RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards. They’ve made such a commitment to continuous improvement in workplace safety over the last five years and now they’ve been recognised for their hard work. We’re also […]…

read more

New Ken Woodward film creates a buzz

Lattitude’s highly anticipated film The Diary has been the topic of conversation among individuals in the Health and Safety world of recent weeks. This powerful training film tells the true extent of the damage caused by Ken Woodward’s accident, in his wife Sue’s own words. A diary she kept of the weeks and months after the near-fatal accident in which […]…

read more

The True Value of Elephants

Elephants, the world’s greatest natural leaders, have once again come under threat in the wild. Their ivory tusks are the reason so many elephants have lost their lives, and poachers continue to kill these glorious creatures purely for profit. Despite a ban on international trade in ivory in 1989, the estimated number of elephants killed for their tusks in 2011 […]…

read more

An actor in demand

Toby Jones starred as Alfred Hitchcock in TV drama The Girl. Toby Jones is a name you see often these days. A quick search online reveals why. His lengthy filmography and varying roles are more than impressive. He has been appearing in films steadily for twenty years, beginning when he played a valet in 1992 film Orlando. Since then, he […]…

read more