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!
Ep176: The human performance perspective of improvement, with Diane Chadwick-Jones
Human performance is not just focussed on humans. It is about how we try to improve ourselves at work. It's not just about health and safety.
My guest today Diane Chadwick-Jones is the former Director, Human Performance for BP. She had an extensive career in BP, working in Belgium, Brazil and Egypt in operations and safety roles. She was instrumental in the refresh of the BP Values.
Ep175 Perfect is the enemy of done, with Andrew Barrett
Three times this week, I have come across this challenge in health and safety leaders.
Competent, intelligent, motivated health and safety leaders who want to make change.
Who hold back, are held back, from taking the next step, making the next intention a reality, for the same reason.
The words are different, but the cause is the same.
Ep174: The best form of risk assessment is your voice, with Steve Harvey
Listen in to hear how one of the thickest Scottish accents you'll ever hear is also one of the most effective communicators.
Steve Harvey is a an operations-focused Health & Safety professional who is a proud pragmatist. He is a master of work insights and operational learning, obsessed about understanding the gap between work as imagined and work as done, and he has even featured in a documentary called 'Doing Safety Differently'. And he loves having a laugh!
Ep173: The wizard or the wand? with Andrew Barrett
What does a iPad, a 2B pencil, WISYWIG, and a microphone have in common? And how is that helpful for you as a leader?
This episode is made possible by our mission of enabling better learning that improves performance in your organisation.
Ep172: Psych health and safety in the spotlight, with Jason van Schie
Today I'm chatting with Jason van Schie, organisation psychologist, founder of FlourishDX and co-host of the Psych Health and Safety podcast.
Psych health and safety is a professional domain most of us need to develop, obviously recognising that we aren't pretending to be psychologists. So it ticks the 'need for growth' box we have in our mission. And, as for drastic improvements in health and safety, is there any doubt in your mind that psych health and safety needs drastic improvement?
Ep 171: What learning looks & sounds like everyday, with Tim Fitch
This is an awesome conversation. Real stories and experiences from a frontline HSE professional who is still learning with more than a decade's worth of it under his belt. We covered a lot, I learned a lot! None of this was planned, all Tim and I talked about before recording was just to share his story. Stick around for the takeaways at the end because this minimally planned and wide ranging conversation percolated some amazingly clear insights for us all.
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Great Podcast with Erik Hollnagel
Great Podcast with Erik Hollnagel, very insightful and good to know the man behind the books and beliefs.
Keep bring the good interviews as I continue to learn from all of your podcasts.
Such a great program, radically challenging my understanding and inspiring out of the box approaches. Awesome speakers that have enough time to discuss topics with depth.
Excellent podcast challenging the norms with interesting guests with a bit of a different view of the world of safety. Well worth investing the time to expand your horizons.