The Quest to QHSE is a podcast which covers all facets of creating and implementing a successful, efficient quality, health, safety, environmental, information security and food safety system. The Quest for QHSE is hosted by Craig Thornton, a compliance professional with decades of experience and extensive knowledge to share. This podcast has been sponsored by Mango, a compliance software company which specialises in an integrated software system to manage your QHSE.
Ep 25 - Top Tips for Manual Handling
Wow 25 Episodes this year already! This 25th Episode marks our final podcast for the year, and we are ending on a good one.
The guest for this episode, is Michael Terry from Momentum Safety and Ergonomics, discussing the top tips for manual handling.
Michael is a physiotherapist, an OHS consultant and trainer with extensive experience in injury prevention. So he really does know what he is talking about!
Keep an eye out in 2020 as we will be coming with some fresh new content. Flick us a message on 'The Quest to QHSE' Facebook page if you have any topic recommendations you would like us to discuss.
Ep 24 - Establishing Value Adding Objectives to your Management System
In this episode of the podcast, we will be joined by Gary Patrick to talk about the popular QHSE topic of, establishing objectives and targets for your management systems.
Gary is the director and principal of QSM Group, a leading professional services business and a registered training organisation based in Perth, Australia.
Ep 23 - Root Cause Analysis: Tools, Tips & Tricks
In todays episode of the podcast, we will get some top notch training from one of New Zealand’s very best lean professionals, Sean Banayan.
The topic is a good one; that is Root Cause Analysis: Tool, Tips and Tricks.
Ep 22 - Freshening Up your Internal Audit Programme
In todays episode of the podcast, we are joined by Ian Hendra to discuss an alternative approach to internal audits.
Ian is always thought provoking and challenges conventional thinking around QHSE.
Ian has some really interesting thoughts on internal auditing. He may even change your belief systems around internal auditing.