Issue 13 of Cardinus Connect is here, and with it, tips on how to help your employees and organisation become more resilient in 2019. Download your copy here.
Issue 13 is the first issue of 2019, and in it we look to the future, delve into the past, and dissect the present! Starting with Julie Hutchinson, we look at the issue of stress management in the workplace and seek to understand its causes, how it manifests itself and how we can hope to combat it. Julie even introduces the ABE technique, an internationally recognised stress management technique that provides a quick mnemonic and a 3 step, easy-to-follow process to help individuals reduce, minimise and lessen stress.
We also take a look at what makes a great ergonomics programme from someone who has worked on hundreds of projects across the globe, our own Hollie Smith. We’ve also got plenty on road and tyre safety, the hot topics in health and safety, another way of doing business insurance, more from our ergonomics research project with the University of Salford, travel management, and loads more health and safety and risk content.
Thank you for reading Cardinus Connect. We’d like to thank all the contributors, and remember to check out their businesses. If you’re an expert in your field and would like to contribute, get in touch by email at [email protected]. Likewise, if you’ve got any feedback, send it to the same email address. We look forward to hearing from you.
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A full list of articles and authors in Cardinus Connect Issue 13:
- Want a More Resilient Workforce?, Julie Hutchinson
- What Makes a Great Ergonomics Programme?, Hollie Smith, Cardinus Risk Management
- Investing in the Future Workforce, Anna Clark, University of Salford
- Heating Up: Hot Topics in Health and Safety 2019, Andy Hawkes, Cardinus Risk Management
- Business Insurance – There is Another Way!, Danny Cooper, The Insurance Manager
- Understanding Risk, Paul Crossland
- Circadian Rhythm Issues, Samantha Carroll, The Kingstree Group
- Tyre Safety Explained, John Davidge, Cardinus Risk Management
- Modern Travel Management, Stuart Nash, Alchemy Global