Safety Culture–Hudson’s Model This week’s conversation is about Safety Culture, Dave Whitefield from Semiosphere and Andrew Thornhill from Clarity Enabled and myself discuss Hudson's model as a way … [Read more...] about Safety Culture–Hudson’s Model
SPoR Newsletter Theme – Frailty, Fragility/Anti-Fragility Welcome to all of those who are new to this newsletter that comes out every quarter. THis will be the last newsletter before Christmas so … [Read more...] about SPoR Newsletter
What is Violated in Violence? Safety adores the language of ‘violation’, most commonly found in the discourse of James Reason. Just have a read of this article for a few minutes and you will see a … [Read more...] about What is Violated in Violence?
Scapegoating and Safety The Scapegoat has always been a part of the way the Sacred deals with harm, suffering, uncertainty and guilt. All civilizations and religions have practiced various forms of … [Read more...] about Scapegoating and Safety
Asking the Wrong Questions to Get the Expected Answer in Safety When you define safety by injury rates the question asked is: ‘How many people do you want injured today?’ When safety is defined by … [Read more...] about Asking the Wrong Questions
Wearable Technology and Safety It is interesting to watch Safety grapple for new saviours, Techniques (Ellul) to get to zero. The latest in the ‘faith in technology’ discourse is wearable devices to … [Read more...] about Wearable Technology and Safety
Deciphering Safety Code Unfortunately, language in safety is rarely defined so in order to help decipher meaning, the following codes should to be applied: Lean means obese Learning means … [Read more...] about Deciphering Safety Code
Echo Chambers and Thinking About Risk One of the greatest challenges for the any industry is introspection, gazing into its own belly button hoping to find something new. We could call this ‘fortress … [Read more...] about Echo Chambers and Thinking About Risk