This blog uses a scenario – the development of a new product called WonderWidget – to illustrate how different functions in an organisation can have completely different perspectives when you sit down to discuss risk.
I have been giving a lot of thought to what the forthcoming Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 will mean in practice to construction clients such as FM managers. I’d welcome your views: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140919092608-102753412-cdm-2015-the-practical-implication?trk=prof-post.
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss claims are on the rise. Courts will make decisions on the conditions and standards that applied at the time the worker was exposed to noise. If this happened years ago, pertinent evidence will often have been lost. Going forward, it is essential to ensure systems are in place to both protect workers hearing and ensure relevant information is being retained. I have summarised 4 key questions that insurers and brokers can ask to help them make judgements about the likelihood of future claims and how well they can be defended. Read the full blog here.
Drawing on my MSc and PhD research, and reflecting on my own experiences, I have distilled six key qualities of a Great Boss out of the vast body of available research on leadership, engagement and improving performance.
Nick Bell Risk Consultancy will be up and running on the 1st September. I will keep you posted with the latest events and news. I look forward to working with you personally.