Category: News

March 15, 2021
Homage to Grenfell Tower tragedy

Lessons from Grenfell: Why aren’t we learning?

Gill Kernick, JMJ’s Master Consultant is interviewed by Safety and Health Practitioner (SHP) editor Ian Hart and IFSEC Global Editor James Moore about the pressing need to shift the building safety culture and prevent low probability, high consequence events – such as Grenfell – from happening again.
February 4, 2021

JMJ’s Gill Kernick Named as One of SHP’s 25 Most Influential Figures in UK Health & Safety by Safety and Health Practitioners

JMJ Master Consultant, Gill Kernick has been named as one of the most influential figures in UK Health and Safety.  The SHP award recognizes individuals who actively drive change in health and safety in the UK and people who are successfully promoting a culture of health and safety within their organizations and the industry at large.
November 27, 2020

JMJ’s Gill Kernick Nominated for the Most Influential Person in UK Health & Safety List

JMJ Master Consultant, Gill Kernick has been nominated for Safety and Health Practitioner’s most influential person in UK Health and Safety List.  The award recognizes the person who has had the biggest, positive impact on health and safety in the UK in 2020, making a difference not just to their own organization but to the wider profession or society.
August 24, 2020
The Danger of the Narratives we Use to Silence: Grenfell and the Rebel Residents

The Danger of the Narratives we Use to Silence: Grenfell and the Rebel Residents

JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick, shares her insights about the narratives used to silence individuals meaning critical information is not used in making key decisions.
August 21, 2020
JMJ Co-hosts ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ Workshop with Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy

JMJ Co-hosts ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ Workshop with Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy

On the third anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, the Bennett Institute for Public Policy released a report ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ The report captures the output of a workshop held in February 2020, which focused on why we find it difficult to learn from Catastrophic events.