Safety on Tap
About This Show
Are you a leader who wants to grow yourself, and drastically improve health and safety along the way? You're in the right place! Welcome to the Safety on Tap Podcast!
We bring you interesting and inspiring people with different ideas, perspectives and stories, straight to your phone or computer, for your listening pleasure, whenever it suits you. Nice!
Now this isn't just for people who have a 'health and safety' job. There are so many more people involved in drastically improving health and safety - supervisors, HR professionals, business owners, health and safety reps, CEO's, health professionals, RTW coordinators…..the list goes on
And those people listening very closely will quickly work out that whilst our focus might link with health and safety, Safety on Tap actually helps WAY beyond health and safety - personal effectiveness, business strategy, people leadership, innovation and creativity….keep your ears, and your mind, open!
Most Recent Episode
Ep039: Another elephant in the room: Psychosocial risk, with Carlo Caponecchia
This is Safety on Tap! Have you signed up to the waiting list for Safety on Tap Connected? I've designed our revolutionary new professional development accelerator just for you - so as a listener you get first dibs on membership, which will only be available to you for a limited time. We're launching soon, and the early bird discounted membership prices will never be repeated, I don't want you to miss out. Hop onto the waiting list at safetyontap.com/connected, and you will be the first to know when we open the doors so you can join. Regular listeners know that we like to point at the elephant in the room here at Safety on Tap. Today's interview is a big elephant in the room for many of us, and our organisations. I wasn't surprised that much of the discussion in today's episode sounded pretty conventional, which is unusual for us. BUT that's because sometimes we need to get back to basics to really truly focus on the things that will drastically improve health and safety, because that's the mission right?! I think this is one of them. Carlo Caponecchia knows all about this. Here's Carlo. I mentioned a few of my favourite links to learn more about psychosocial risks. Here they are: https://osha.europa.eu/en/themes/psychosocial-risks-and-stress https://oshwiki.eu/wiki/Managing_psychosocial_risks:_Drivers_and_barriers http://www.who.int/occupational_health/topics/risks_psychosocial/en/ [activecampaign form=5]