January 11, 2015

 

New body, new home, new friends, new country, new job?

 

Any opportunity to start afresh could be seen as a gift. New beginnings are exciting, exhilarating and often a little bit scary.

 

If we are risk averse, we may never change or challenge ourselves. To fail to be ris...

November 3, 2014

Very few of those killed at work or who die prematurely from work related illness each year have willingly exposed themselves to risk. Many of these tragic deaths provide warnings or learnings that help workers, employers and practitioners move towards better standards...

August 27, 2014

‘What’s in a name? that which we call a rose, By any other name would smell as sweet’(Act II, Scene II, Romeo & Juliet, William Shakespeare). The thing is, the semantics can be important and where language is a barrier to universal understanding, we rely heavily on ima...

July 21, 2014

Summer is here and it does seem like, in the UK at least, we will be having a good one! (hooray) BUT, whilst people can be that little bit friendlier and more affable when the sun is shining, there may be an increased temptation to lower those inhibitions and relax per...

June 20, 2014

Midsummer, a long languid day for reflection and celebration or if you are inclined, a bonfire or two and some dancing! June also marks the halfway point in the year, an ideal time to take stock, look back at the achievements so far and ask ourselves; how are we doing...

May 20, 2014

This saying is something we mutter in my family as the seasons begin their shift, the barbecue devotees wheel their squeaky metal alter out from the shed and prepare to scrape, brush and cook off last years’ burnt offerings. May is the month that really begins to bewit...

April 8, 2014

In our office, we love an anecdote, as an occupational hazard, many of these anecdotes come in the form of tales of injury and mishap, either to ourselves or one of our nearest and dearest. Although we naturally see patterns everywhere in life, one pattern has stood ou...

March 5, 2014

The Ides of March is best known as the date on which Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC. The emperor was stabbed to death at a meeting of the senate.

 

The phrase comes from an exchange with an old Seer who had warned that harm would come to Caesar no later than the...

February 11, 2014

So here is February, the month of lovers, romance and bank busting shows of ostentatious affection.

Many associate this celebration with Cupid (the cute, if not vicious little so and so), he is often the central character of Valentine’s Day paraphernalia, shooting unsus...

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