In this episode, Mark Sennett sits down with NEBOSH director of Learning Dee Arp and talks about if we will see a return to classroom-based learning and how Coronavirus may change the health and safety sector for years to come. 

Mark also interviews Evac+Chair International HR director Kelly Rock about the evacuation market and the roots of the Emergency Evacuation Association.

In this episode, Mark Sennett looks at the news that safety concerns have halted the use of fifty million face masks, which were bought by the government in April for use by NHS workers. Mark also chats with Airsweb director Robert Leech on the barriers of reporting health and safety incidents, near misses or major incidents.

There's also an in-depth interview Nigel Stubbs and Peter Barcoe, who raise their concerns about the amount of non-compliant PPE that is currently flooding the UK in the wake of Covid-19.

In this episode, Mark looks at the new Building Safety BIll and a tragic fatality that led to the prosecution of a local council. Mark also chats with

Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme managing director

Ian McKinnon and the Health & Safety Event's Event Director David Bishop.

In this episode, Mark Sennett looks at the newly published HSE workplace fatality figures, which have dropped to an all-time low. He's joined by lone worker expert Nicole Vazquez who talks about how lone worker safety is continuing to evolve. Mark also chats to MSA Safety's Jon Rowan about the biggest challenges facing the H&S sector and what kind of safety solutions customers are looking for in the current climate.


In this episode, Mark Sennett covers shocking new research on the number of people seriously injured in the workplace and also interviews BSI PPE Group Certification Manager Nathan Shipley on what BSI is doing to ensure standards of PPE products in the market. Mark also chats with Shawcity managing director Neil O'Regan on the next major innovation needed for monitoring technology and the key issues facing that market.

In this episode, Mark covers the latest industry news, which includes a company being fined £366,850 after a worker was fatally crushed inside a machine and also shift workers being 30% more likely to suffer a workplace injury or ill-health. Mark also sits down with IIRSM president Clive Johnson as well as SHE Software CEO Matthew Elson and head of sales enablement Julian Taylor.

Host Mark Sennett takes a look at the latest news including the results of HSM's workplace Covid-19 survey, a drop in the number of fire-related deaths and a new HSENI construction campaign.. This week's guests include IOSH Chief Executive Bev Messinger who shares key considerations before returning to work. Mark also sits down with Alcumus CEO Alyn Franklin.

Mark Sennett takes a look at the latest news including how the BSIF is leading the charge on urging that only compliant PPE is available in the UK. This week's guests include lawyer Kevin Bridges who explains your legal health and safety responsibilities in relation to Covid-19. Delta Plus managing director Sam Hill also shares how his business is protecting the NHS and how he's managing to resolve supply chain issues.

In this inaugural episode, host Mark Sennett takes a look at the latest news in the UK health and safety sector and is joined by British Safety Industry Federation CEO Alan Murray who explains how the Federation is working with government and its members to ensure suitable and safe PPE is available during the Covid-19 pandemic. Mark also sits down with JSP Ltd's CEO Mark Johnstone to learn how it is coping with supply chain issues and the main challenges for PPE manufacturers since the Coronavirus outbreak.

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