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The Quest to QHSE
37 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
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.
64 minutes | Oct 20, 2019
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.
42 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
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.
37 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
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.
24 minutes | Sep 29, 2019
Ep 21 - The Best QHSE Tool of 2019: Going to the Gemba
In todays podcast, I will be talking about the best QHSE tool for 2019: Going to the Gemba. I truly think this is the number one activity that you should do if you are in the compliance industry; whether that is quality, health and safety, environmental, food safety or information security management systems.
34 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
Ep 20 - Measures of excellence: How to improve health and safety performance
In today’s podcast, we will be joined by Michael Voss from Pyxis to discuss how you can improve the health and safety performance of your organisation. Michael has broken this podcast into 5 sub-topics; - The 5 types of measures world class companies track that makes them successful - How to check your measurement system compared with the world’s best - Why zero harm initiatives fail to lift safety performance - The 3 essentials you need to drive health and safety incidents to zero in your workplace - How to measure the culture you need to keep people safe.
39 minutes | Sep 15, 2019
Ep 19 - How To Use Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
In today’s podcast, we are going to be joined by Laurie O’Donoghue to discuss how to use safe work method statements. Laurie is one of Australia’s leading health and safety experts and is in great demand. He is the managing director of Total Management and Training in Cairns, Queensland and is a Mango Partner. Laurie has been involved in health and safety for over 30 years, working for the National Safety council of Australia and then running his own consultancy company and RTO’s.
38 minutes | Sep 8, 2019
Ep 18 - Best Ways to Provide Your Board of Directors with the Health & Safety Knowledge they need
In Todays Podcast, we will be joined by John Barr to discuss the best ways to provide your Board of Directors with the Health & Safety knowledge they need. John has worked in many advisory and governance roles over the years so has a vast knowledge on today's topic. John explains why you need to build a reputation for being people that handle problems and fix causes not simply fix problems.
31 minutes | Sep 1, 2019
Ep. 17 - How to link your HSEQ programme to your supplier relationship/performance management system
In today’s podcast, we will be joined by Chris Docherty - the Managing Director of FQM Limited in Scotland. Chris is going to discuss how to link your HSEQ program to your supplier relationship and performance management system.
35 minutes | Aug 22, 2019
Ep. 16 - How to align and achieve business SMART Goals and Objectives
In today’s podcast, we will be joined by Dr Andrew Prest to discuss how to set goals and driving these through your business. Andrew is Managing Director of Sustainability Systems Limited based in Auckland here in New Zealand. He is one of New Zealands Leading experts on lean thinking.
46 minutes | Aug 18, 2019
Ep. 15 - Workplace Rehabilitation Best Practces
In episode 15, We have Michael Terry joining us to discuss the best practices of workplace rehabilitation and returning to work after accidents/incidents. Michael is Owner and Principal at Momentum Safety and Ergonomics based in Queensland in Australia. He’s a qualified physiotherapist and OHS consultant, with extensive experience in injury prevention, through the development of effective safety management systems, and targeted ergonomic solutions. We will discuss management of worker rehabilitation in Australia. Michael will talk about the rules and regulations around Workers Compensation and he will also discuss how to create great Return to Work Plans.
37 minutes | Aug 11, 2019
Ep. 14 - Picking a Winner when it comes to quality Improvement Systems
In today’s podcast we are joined again by Ian Hendra again. This time he will be discussing how to find the right tools for your business for quality continual improvement systems. The purpose of this podcast is to describe the history of where some of the more famous tools came from and what they were trying to achieve. That way, you might have a basis upon which to choose the right one for your business.
31 minutes | Jul 30, 2019
Ep. 13 - A New Approach To Root Cause Analysis
In today’s podcast we are joined by Ian Hendra to discuss root cause analysis. Ian has a vast knowledge in quality, risk, food safety and compliance. He has been on all sides of the compliance game – including being The CEO of a certification body, being on a number of standards committees as well as being a Quality Manager.
55 minutes | Jul 28, 2019
Ep. 12 -Transition from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001
In today’s podcast, we are joined by Nicholas Graham Managing Director/Owner of Safety Risk Consultant (SRM) in South Africa. Nicholas is one of South Africa’s leading QHSE Consultants. In episode 2, we discussed the top 5 lessons from one year of ISO 45001. In this podcast, we have Nicholas Graham joining us to discuss how to transition to ISO 45001, if you haven’t already done this.
52 minutes | Jul 21, 2019
Ep. 11 - The Problem with Zero Harm
In this episode of the quest to QHSE Podcast, Craig is joined by Dr. Rob Long to discuss the problems that may arise in your organisation from implementing a zero harm policy.
50 minutes | Jul 14, 2019
Ep. 10 - Value Stream Mapping
In this 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 Value Stream Mapping. Value stream maps are invaluable tools for improving valuable problems. This is also a great tool to raise engagement of your staff.
51 minutes | Jul 7, 2019
Ep. 09 - Why is Health and Safety Management Obsessed with Process?
In today’s podcast Greg Smith from Wayland Legal will discuss whether health and safety management is too obsessed with process and the downfalls of having too many processes. Greg is one of Australia’s leading Workplace Safety lawyers and his critical thinking around health and safety will make you question your own processes and the outcomes you want to achieve.
43 minutes | Jun 30, 2019
Ep. 08 - Top Tips for Implementing 5S
In today’s podcast we will be giving you some fantastic advice and perspective on that popular lean technique 5S. We are very, very fortunate to have a lean expert, John Watt from Many Caps Consulting based in here in Christchurch, New Zealand.
41 minutes | Jun 16, 2019
Ep. 07 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Trade
In today’s podcast we will be discussing the benefits of having corporate social responsibility in your company and the ethical trade index. We will have Lance Brendon guest starring in the show today. Lance is the Managing Director of the certification body DQS Aust/NZ.
40 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Ep. 06 How to Use Lean Improvements to Save Money
In today’s podcast we will be discussing how to use lean improvements to save your company money. Lean improvements is a growing activity for a lot of companies around the world. Today we will learn some of these lean techniques from a Lean Consultant, John Watt from Many Caps.
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