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Interviews Under Caution – What are they?

Interviews Under Caution – What are they?

Interviews Under Caution - What are they? We’ve considered crisis management planning and then had a look at how best to deal with the regulator where there has been a serious incident and a criminal investigation has been commenced. The investigation will follow its...

Health & Safety – Monitoring and Review

Health & Safety – Monitoring and Review

An essential component of any health and safety management system is our monitoring and review process, this allows us to accurately assess our existing controls alongside risks to develop an effective plan of action. Health and Safety management systems normally work...

Dealing with health and safety investigations

Dealing with health and safety investigations

It’s rare that Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Local Authorities (LAs) just turn up out of the blue – almost all investigations are event-driven. This usually means that there’s been a RIDDOR reportable accident and HSE is responding to it, or a whistle-blower...

Understanding the importance of safety data

Understanding the importance of safety data

Our previous blogs have discussed the importance of Near-Miss/hazard reporting and why we need to carry out detailed accident/incident investigations. In this blog we’ll discuss the importance of analysing all the safety information/data that can be collected within...

Notify Cloud v5.11: Latest updates explained

Notify Cloud v5.11: Latest updates explained

Is your Health & Safety software in need of a Spring Clean? Spring is with us; the clocks have gone forward, and the mornings and evenings are much lighter and brighter. It is traditionally the time of year for a spring clean and at Notify, we have been sprucing...

Why accident investigations are so important…

Why accident investigations are so important…

All organisations strive to achieve a proactive safety culture that will help to prevent accidents from occurring. This will include active safety monitoring and safety engagement at all levels of the organisation. Sometimes, however, an unplanned event may cause...

Planning for the worst

Planning for the worst

Try to think of recent examples of crisis events so appallingly managed that something which was obviously bad, morphed into something disastrous. Number 10 lockdown parties, VW Emissions, Yorkshire CCC and Azeem Rafiq…Why? Lack of competence or lack of a plan? Hard...

#BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day

#BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day 2022 is back, and the focus is equality, solidarity and recognising and acting in the face of gender bias. With the #BreakTheBias focus, it’s time to recognise women’s role in championing technology and recognise how this is an area where...

Embracing Health, Safety, Environment and Quality software

Embracing Health, Safety, Environment and Quality software

There is no denying that the age of digital transformation has accelerated even more rapidly over the last couple of years. Unfortunately, businesses opting to wait before adopting a digital-first approach are being left behind. Automated processes are commonplace...