Richard Warren

Richard Warren

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8 Investments to Bring a Safety Culture to Life.

Posted by Richard Warren on May 1, 2019 1:39:10 PM

 

There is a small cafe located in the heart of Toronto’s Kensington Market, set up in a quaint home painted a blaze of turquoise that reminds me of the joy of eating out. Not only does Fika serve wonderful food and a superb elderflower rose water lemonade (I'm not a great coffee drinker) but it fills more than your hunger for sustenance. It fills your hunger for delight. It is quite simply worth the 'cost of admission'. Money well spent.

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Traditional values in developing a safety culture

Posted by Richard Warren on Apr 10, 2019 4:18:45 PM

 

Young businessman in suit running in hamster wheel
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A strong safety culture - getting started is just the beginning

Posted by Richard Warren on Mar 26, 2019 10:26:32 AM

 

It's Just The Beginning road sign with sun background
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3 Steps to Developing a Successful Safety Culture

Posted by Richard Warren on Mar 13, 2019 10:57:58 AM

What do crossing signals and Safety Culture have to do with each other?

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Inducting employees effectively - the missing HR piece

Posted by Richard Warren on Apr 11, 2017 2:28:49 PM

I've deliberately paraphrased a heading that was used in a piece recently published by Matt Jones from Advanced Safety NZ, Workplace H&S Inductions - the forgotten piece of the puzzle. While the original heading was focused on health and safety inductions, he expanded within the article on the importance of "drawing a line in the sand" to create a "confident workforce, empowered leaders and a safer place to work".

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Strategic Alliances – Reinvent your business, not the wheel

Posted by Richard Warren on Oct 17, 2014 10:06:06 AM

There was a really good post by Justine Parsons from ‘Your Virtual Assistant NZ’ talking about the value of Strategic Alliances. It was a really good reminder of the opportunities that come from working closely with other businesses who are in a different sphere from your own. These businesses allow you to focus on doing what you do rather than constantly developing new tools that you hope will improve your bottom line.

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