I recently asked my Linkedin network what the main reason for lack of competence was among HSE Advisors.
We’ve taken their comments, boiled them down and turned them into an infographic for you.
During a recent podcast with Iain Evans of NCRQ, we discussed some of the reasons for NCRQ’s formation.
Iain discovered during his time at the HSE that competence across the profession was inconsistent.
People who were good at their jobs were effective in spite of
their particular academic qualifications, not because of them.
If you haven’t yet caught the podcast with Iain Evans (Chief Executive of NCRQ), you can do so here.
These views intrigued me into finding out what people thought across industry.
Here is what I found….
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