1. Selection

In each edition of Safeguard we select three questions arising from material published in that edition.
Here are the current questions, which relate to the July/August 2018 edition. Feel free to respond to any or all of them.
 
An edited selection of responses will appear in the following edition.
We ask for your contact details but they are not printed, so you can speak freely!
 
One respondent will be randomly drawn to receive a prize, namely a copy of the Health & Safety Handbook 2018, published by Thomson Reuters.
 

Looking beyond seeing patients, how could occupational physicians best be involved in the strategic management of risks to workers’ health?

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* 1. Looking beyond seeing patients, how could occupational physicians best be involved in the strategic management of risks to workers’ health?

Steph Dyhrberg says H&S practitioners need to acknowledge sexual harassment and bullying as legitimate workplace hazards to be dealt with. Do you agree? Why, or why not?

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* 2. Steph Dyhrberg says H&S practitioners need to acknowledge sexual harassment and bullying as legitimate workplace hazards to be dealt with. Do you agree? Why, or why not?

Nadine McDonnell argues that a safety culture can be regarded as healthy only if there is evidence of disagreements between workers and management over H&S and how these disputes have been resolved. How does this match with your experience?

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* 3. Nadine McDonnell argues that a safety culture can be regarded as healthy only if there is evidence of disagreements between workers and management over H&S and how these disputes have been resolved. How does this match with your experience?

What is your name?

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* 4. What is your name?

In which town or city do you live?

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* 5. In which town or city do you live?

What is your daytime phone number?

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* 6. What is your daytime phone number?

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