Fleming. safety trainings are led by Professor Andrew Sharman, undeniably a great expert in the HSE field. He will nudge you onto the right path to become a safety leader.
Make yourself a coffee and sink into the series 'SHARMAN ON SAFETY' filled with Andrew's personal experience and knowledge on leadership and HSE.
The Frontier Psychologist
It’s certainly a sobering picture of the modern workplace – where workers have the potential to suffer serious consequences as a result of simply “doing their job.”
In a bid to understand why, we conducted research interviews with more than 60 safety directors, CEOs and operational vice presidents from leading multinational blue chip companies based in Europe, Asia, North and South America, as well as the Gulf region and across Africa.
As Easy as ABC
What actually is Behavior Based Safety (BBS)? Answers point towards the “psychology of safety” and how to identify the motivation for individual risk taking, and then making adjustments to the working environment in order to regulate these behaviors.
Learn how you can get more out of workplace observations and build a great workplace safety culture.
The New Rules of Sustainability
Over the last decade, sustainability – including the disciplines of safety, health and environment – has become an increasingly important part of doing business, no matter which industry sector we look at.
Scientists at the University of California found that the act of reflecting on what we’ve done deepens our learning, makes us more appreciative and increases our positive bias. Sounds good, right? Read on to learn more.
In the Eye of the Beholder
Eye injuries can be caused by chemical or thermal burns, radiation, small particles or large objects. On average, more than 700,000 eye injuries happen in the US annually. Ensure that your workers won't be part of the statistic.
Around the World in 121 Days - a Journey Through Global Safety Cultures
Join Andrew on a journey through more than 100 countries and experience different cultures and traditions. Let's discover what he learned from his travels on how these differences can improve our workplace safety.
Talking about (R)Evolution
What lessons can we learn from revolutions occurring around the world that may benefit us in workplace safety? How can we help more of our species to survive? Learn how to encourage, engage, enable and empower while managing safety at work.
All Too Familiar
What makes the world so hard to see clearly is not its strangeness, but its usualness. Familiarity can blind you. Are you performing certain actions automatically, thinking you know them so well that nothing can go wrong? For example, riding without seat belts on familiar roads?