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The Transmit Safety Podcast is here to help health and safety practitioners achieve a holistic approach to workplace health and safety so they can become impactful leaders and put the value of safety into action. With bi-weekly episodes, the mission is to simplify health and safety management and to be a resource for those practitioners who are working alone in their company (no team support).
 
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 ...
 
This series of podcasts from the Health & Safety Authority look at a wide range of subjects that affect Irish workers, employers and consumers. HSA inspectors are experts within their fields, and through these podcasts offer their insights and advice to promote a culture of safe work and use of chemicals in Ireland
 
The Safeti Podcast provides you with valuable insights into the Environment, Health and Safety profession and industry. Do you have responsibility for Health and Safety, Environment or anything in between? If so, you will get huge value from this show. We engage with professionals and industry influencers to help you connect, break down barriers and solve shared problems. If you strive to grow your career or positively influence your business, this is the safety podcast you have been looking ...
 
Produced at PlainsFM. Health and Safety Unplugged on Plains FM 96.9 is on the first Thursday of every month at 10.00am. Matt Jones owns and operates Advanced Safety, the health and safety consultancy that is challenging the status quo by providing free insights and keeping health and safety simple for clients and supporters. With this monthly 25 minute radio show, Matt discusses what great health and safety in the workplace looks like and provides tools to overcome common challenges using st ...
 
No Harm is the health and safety podcast for HSE professionals. We explore issues and initiatives to help you sharpen your professional skills and better understand emerging issues. The No Harm Podcast is hosted by Marvin Polis of Stimulant Strategies and Productions, a veteran producer of HSE video productions and publications for municipalities and corporations. Marvin talks to guests who share your passion for safety at work and beyond. Listen to us on iTunes, SoundCloud or the podcast ap ...
 
Sharing articles, studies and lessons learned from incidents to WORK SAFER. How safe are you at work? Leave your comments, make sure you follow the Health, Safety and Environment podcast and check out the website https://www.atenciogabriel.com Want some swag?, T-shirts, tank-tops, hoodies and more available at The WORK SAFER Store: https://my-store-ba2f09.creator-spring.com/ For more free occupational health, safety, and environmental protection training and tips, subscribe to the YouTube ch ...
 
We provide actionable safety tips to help Housekeeping Room Attendants. We will go into details, for example, cleaning, bed making, vacuuming, etc. You will learn how to protect muscle and joints by using human ergonomics, and useful self-help tips. Please consider subscribing to our podcast to retrieve the latest release! Have question? Come to our Facebook Group "Painfree Housekeeper". Visit https://.strainlesswork.com/
 
Just how dangerous is the everyday workplace? What can be done to mitigate risks and avoid hazards? And what trade-offs have to be made between the competing demands of safety, efficiency and wider social responsibility? This album looks at three very different case studies - farming, food manufacturing and urban redevelopment - and explores the varying approaches to risk management within each different sphere. It includes a visit to Fox's Biscuits and Brooksby Agricultural College in the U ...
 
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In this episode we chat with Rob Briner, Professor of Organizational Psychology at Queen Mary University of London. He shares his views on the growth of employee wellbeing and workplace mental health initiatives, and explains why organisations should focus on problem identification and diagnosis before seeking solutions. We discuss what evidence-ba…
 
Why isn’t doing business that is good for profit, people, and the planet equally the standard? Join Sarah and I as we talk about the importance of “walking the walk”, and work on redefining “business as usual”. Explore with us some ways you can take your business or career to the next level, by prioritizing your values, saving time to do what you d…
 
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…
 
The Stand-Down is part of OSHA’s ongoing National Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction, launched in 2012 with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, The Center for Construction Research and Training and NIOSH’s National Occupational Research Agenda. The fall prevention campaign has been working to provide resources to the c…
 
In this episode we chat with Tom Holliss, Chief People Officer at Zappi. He shares Zappi’s ‘agile-HR’ approach to People policies grounded in compassion and trust, provides examples of how these approaches can work at scale and across industries, and discusses some of the challenges or barriers organisations might face when attempting to shift to a…
 
In this episode we chat with Siusan MacKenzie, CEO of the Emergency Services Foundation in Melbourne, Australia. We discuss the current state of mental health within emergency services personnel. She describes the different programs being run by the Foundation to prevent psychological injury in emergency services through a focus on leadership, alon…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Jacqui Wilmshurst, Chartered Applied Psychologist. Jacqui shares her experiences in working with neurodivergent clients and her own experiences as a neurodivergent woman. We discuss the benefits of a neurodiverse workforce, and Jacqui shares some tips on how employers can improve the experience of work for neurodiver…
 
Transmit Safety is a philosophy. It's a mindset and intentional way of communicating occupational health and safety. I’m Aimee Arsenault, your host. Sure, I could start by telling you my work history, my educational background, but really, I think the most important part of listening to a podcast is to get to know the host, and hearing if the vibe …
 
The Transmit Safety Podcast is here to help health and safety practitioners achieve a holistic approach to workplace health and safety so they can become impactful leaders and put the value of safety into action. With bi-weekly episodes, the mission is to simplify health and safety management, and to be a resource for those practitioners who are wo…
 
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?…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Suzy Green, Founder and CEO at The Positivity Institute. She describes the role of a coaching psychologist and gives us an overview of the field of positive psychology. We discuss how positive psychology is typically applied in workplaces, and explore the contributions that positive psychology approaches can offer wi…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Simon Albrecht, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of the Masters of Organisational Psychology program at Deakin University. We talk about the elements of good quality applied research and how it supports the scientist-practitioner approach, then get into more detail about employee engagement, its organisational drivers…
 
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…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Helen Kelly about burnout in teachers and school principals. Helen shares some of the statistics about burnout and attrition rates in teachers, the commonalities and differences in psychosocial hazard exposure between teachers and principals, and the reasons behind the ever-increasing workload for both groups. She of…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Keaton Fletcher. As the 2022 SIOP Trend Champion for Employee Mental Health, Keaton explains the Top 10 Work Trends initiative, then shares the research he has been doing as Trend Champion to produce his first quarterly round-up for 2022. He gives us an overview of the main themes that have emerged this quarter, alon…
 
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…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr David Anthony, Co-Founder and CEO of Mantle Health. We chat about how his experiences working in male-dominated industries led him to co-found Mantle with a focus on men’s mental health. Dave shares his views on the current state of mental health provision for men, particularly within EAPs. We discuss whether the cur…
 
In this episode we introduce our new EXPERT SERIES concept, in which Jason and Joelle discuss the changing face of health and safety legislation and how common practice approaches to psychosocial risk assessment don't measure up. https://www.45003.org/https://flourishdx.com/en/get-startedhttps://engage.vic.gov.au/proposed-psychological-health-regul…
 
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…
 
In this episode we chat with Mark Layson, NSW Ambulance Chaplain and Doctoral Candidate at Charles Sturt University. Mark defines moral injury for us, and explains how it relates to trauma response and how it is different from PTSD. We discuss the non-trauma related psychosocial issues that can contribute to moral injury in first responders, and Ma…
 
The last time we spoke with Louise Hosking, she was President Elect of IOSH. Now that she is well into her presidency, we caught up with Louise again to chat about the themes and campaigns of her presidency so far. We explore how to encourage more women into the safety profession, and how the safety profession can maintain the momentum and reputati…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Libby Brook, Principal Psychological Health and Safety Specialist at WorkSafe Victoria. Libby takes us through the Exposure Draft OHS Amendment (Psychological Health) Regulations, providing more context on the objectives, employer duties, control of risk, prevention plans, and complaint reporting. A useful episode fo…
 
In this episode we chat with David Burroughs, Principal Psychologist at Australian Psychological Services and Partner at Psychological Safety Australia. Dave shares his observations of popular workplace mental health interventions, and his views of their effectiveness. We chat about the importance of accurate use of language, terminology, and conce…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Michael Leiter about his recent work in the area of workplace civility. He describes the steps involved in implementing the SCORE program, discusses why the program is aimed at a team or workgroup level rather than an organisational or individual level, and shares a case study of the SCORE program implemented in a ho…
 
A cold environment can be measured according to air temperature , humidity, mean radiant temperature of surrounding surfaces, air speed and core body temperature of people in extremely cold temperatures, Check out the keys for preventing injuries from cold environments in this #short episode. Blog: https://atenciogabriel.com/ Save up to 30% off (OS…
 
In this episode we chat with Lucas Finch, Global Head of Wellbeing at Xero. He shares with us the approach that Xero is taking to psychological health and safety, and describes the steps being taken to operationalise the integrated approach. We discuss how to measure outcomes from a psychological health and safety strategy, and how to align a busin…
 
This episode provides information about the characteristics, hazards, and precautions when entering into and working inside of confined spaces. It also provides the roles and reponsabilities of authorized entrants, attendants and entry supervisors for confined spaces. Read full blog post: https://atenciogabriel.com/confined-space-entry-roles-and-re…
 
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.על ידי Peter Kelly, Sheila Lord, Laura Thomas
 
Join us to celebrate the first birthday of the Psych Health and Safety Podcast! Who would have thought in just one year we would publish 74 episodes, feature 63 world-leading guests, host six live panels, spawn three spin off podcasts and record more than 27,000 downloads!In a special first birthday episode, co-hosts Jason van Schie, Joelle Mitchel…
 
In this episode we chat with Jennifer Fry, Director of WorkWell at WorkSafe Victoria. Jennifer summarises the WorkWell program, its goals and approach. She describes the WorkWell Toolkit and the 11 work factors organisations should be addressing through prevention activities. We discuss the Mental Health Improvement Fund and some of the findings sh…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr David Provan, Founder and Managing Director of Forge Works and Safety Futures, and co-host of the Safety of Work Podcast. We discuss the current level of knowledge about psych health and safety within the safety profession, and the willingness of safety practitioners to learn. David shares his views on the role of th…
 
Get FlourishDx Basic on a forever free account: www.flourishdx.com/signup LaMontagne AD, Martin A, Page KM, Reavley NJ, Noblet AJ, Milner AJ, Keegel T, Smith PM (2014): Workplace mental health: developing an integrated intervention approach. BMC Psychiatry. 2014 May 9;14:131. Available open access: https://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/1…
 
This week Peter Kelly and I have been chatting with Nick Pahl who is the CEO at the Society of Occupational Health.We spoke about the role of occupational health in organisational wellbeing and how it is vitally important to look at a preventative approach to avoiding workplace-related issues and the processes that can be put in place to ensure the…
 
Get FlourishDx Basic on a forever free account: www.flourishdx.com/signup https://www.mentalhealthcommission.gov.au/Mental-health-Reform/National-Workplace-Initiative https://www.comcare.gov.au/collaborativepartnership https://www.mentalhealthcommission.gov.au/mental-health-reform/national-workplace-initiative/mentally-healthy-workplaces-during-cov…
 
Get FlourishDx Basic on a forever free account: www.flourishdx.com/signup https://www.shponline.co.uk/culture-and-behaviours/why-james-reason-was-looking-in-the-wrong-direction-and-mental-health-first-aiders-are-only-a-part-of-the-answer/ https://www.shponline.co.uk/slips-trips-and-falls/behavioural-safety-and-blue-pies-trip-hazards/…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Don McCreary, Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Brock University. We discuss the research he conducted for Movember evaluating the effectiveness of various workplace programs designed to prevent psychological injury in the general population and in the military veteran and first responder cohorts, how his findings h…
 
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