Updated: Feb 25
Edition 10 of SH Magazine is now available to download from the Safer Highways
The quarterly publication which has a readership of over 200,000 people has gone from strength to strength over the course of the last 12 months, building upon its burgeoning reputation and becoming the must-read magazine for anyone with an affiliation to Health and Safety in our sector.
In this edition, Alistair Campbell talks about surviving depression, Kathy Seabrook, writes on crisis resilience and human capital and Frankie Bridge explains how ignoring her feelings was how she ended up in hospital.
Packed with 64 pages of thought leadership style content it continues the trend of detailing mental health and wellbeing, the magazine also features a story from
Ean Lewin, Managing Director of D.Tec International who is urging the industry to consider if what they have in place to deter employees from drug driving is enough.
Also, in this issue:
Jonathan Dempsey speaks about the importance of a constant change in your
Chloe Taylor who is currently on the Graduate Engineer Scheme at Siemens has written a blog where she follows up on her experiences since joining the Graduate Programme
Amey gives us an insight into their award-winning safety behavioural toolkit – Think Safe.
Arco’s Managing Director, David Evison opens up on 2020 and the impact it has had on the Hull family firm.
Alice Hendry opens up about the aftermath and the opportunity to talk about suicide after losing her brother in 2020.
....and much much more