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Is safety going global?

by Shehzad Ghani


Is international safety affected more by company or country culture? This was the topic of the most recent HSE Leaders Connect event on Tuesday 13th June and boy was it intriguing to hear what the safety community thought.

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My Day in the life of a HSE Professional

by Charlotte Stokes


Last week I was on the phone to a candidate of mine and I told him “I won’t be in the office tomorrow, as I’m out on sites all day.” After a long pause he replied “But I thought you were a recruiter!?” This made me laugh. Although, yes I...

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The (Virtual) reality of Safety at Thames Water– using VR to manage ER

by Laura Cleaver


I think it is fair to say that the safety world has been accused in the past of being slow to embrace technology, but this is categorically not the case at Thames...

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Is offence the best form of defence?

by Aisling Reid


The next stop on the HSE Recruitment’s safety road trip was Salisbury where our destination, perched on a hill just a stone throw from Stonehenge (mind the pun), was Chemring Countermeasures.

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HSE Leaders Connect - Branding & Perception

by Sean O'Mahony


The most recent HSE Leaders Connect event, held at the beautifully sun kissed panoramic 19th floor UBM office, focused on the topic of branding & perception.

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Hiring Safety

by Laura Cleaver


As someone who has been in Health and Safety Recruitment for 7 years – I can categorically say that recruitment within the industry has never been more competitive. With a wealth of experienced candidates available – how do...

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Is EHS a Destination?

by Laura Cleaver


Recently HSE Recruitment made the journey to Gatwick Airport – alas not for a long overdue holiday – but to speak with Gatwick’s EHS Director Steve Howells who leads the airport’s stellar Environmental Health and Safety team.

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HSE Leaders Connect - Sentencing Guidelines


What better way to ease ourselves into a very cold and wet January than to hold the first HSE Leaders Connect Event of the year? After what was a controversial and at times a testing year, we can luckily say that 2016 for the HSE Leaders Connect group surpassed even our expectations and for that we thank you.

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Should we still be focusing on sector experience?

by Aisling Reid


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HSE Leaders Connect – Diversity & Inclusion

by Danielle Stallard


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HSE Leaders Connect: Brexit - What does the future hold?


HSE Leaders Connect has seen great success this year and has earned its place at the centre of the HSE networking community, inviting established industry professionals to thought provoking events.

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HSE Leaders Connect – Wellbeing and Mindfulness: An ethical or commercial concern?

by Danielle Stallard


Following the success of the inaugural event in April, HSE Leaders Connect has continued to grow as a nationwide community of the most successful and recognised professionals within the health and safety industry.

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The British Library – ‘Not Just Papercuts’

by Danielle Stallard


The British Library recently opened its illustrious doors to The HSE Recruitment Network and as home to the largest catalogued library collection in the world, it did not disappoint.

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City residential design gets a revamp - New challenges for safety?

by Liam Flowers


Any industry has to move with the times to remain sustainable and construction is no different. Gone are the days of blitzing through the English countryside...

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National Theatre – ‘Performing Safely’

by Danielle Stallard


The HSE Recruitment Network were fortunate enough to be invited to attend a site tour of the ‘wizarding world’ that is the National Theatre in London. As one of the UK’s most recognised and prominent performing arts venues, the theatre...

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Recognising Women in Safety - An Interview With Bridget Gilmour

by Danielle Stallard


Today is International Women’s Day and is an opportunity to embrace the many successes and achievements of women all over the world. At The HSE...

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Could You Have Technostress?

by Natasha Mughal


The Oxford Dictionary Online defines technostress as "stress or psychosomatic illness caused by working with computer technology on a daily basis"...

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PPE

Why is PPE needed for women?

by Natasha Mughal


Recently, we shared the news of Transport for London (TfL) launching a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) range that is specifically designed for...

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Should 'Hoverboards' be a Safety Concern?

by Natasha Mughal


There has been a lot of talk recently about 'hoverboards', especially after “Back to the Future Day”, and the self-balancing segways are set to be this years Christmas...

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How Does SAD Affect Employee Wellbeing?

by Natasha Mughal


SAD is an abbreviation of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and is a depressive illness that affects 20% of the UK population, with 2% suffering from a disabling illness...

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The Crossrail Project and Women in Health and Safety

by Danielle Stallard


UBM launched a new initiative earlier this year to represent Women in Health and Safety and to make women aware of the many opportunities available to them within the...

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What are the Current Trends within HSE's Contract Market?

by Natasha Mughal


The HSE Recruitment Network recently carried out a survey to discover what our followers on LinkedIn and within our database thought about a few current underlying issues...

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