Perception, Heuristics, Cognitive Bias and the Psychology of Safety By Dr Robert Long DOWNLOAD THE PAPER HERE: Introduction Managing safety is mostly dependent on judgment, perceptions and … [Read more...] about Perception, Heuristics, Cognitive Bias and the Psychology of Safety
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The emotions drive decision making and ought to be of interest to those who care about how people manage risk. It is useful when thinking about human emotions that we identify different ways, … [Read more...] about Emotions, Bias and Heuristics in Risk
It’s such a funny (peculiar) situation. As fallible people we develop routines, habits and heuristics in order to make life and living efficient and yet there is so little discussion in the safety … [Read more...] about The Purpose of Routines, Habits and Heuristics – Checking Your Gut!
Investigations and Heuristics One of the traps investigators fall into is thinking that people are the sum of inputs and outputs, that the behaviourist myth is true. Decision making in complex and … [Read more...] about Investigations and Heuristics
Let’s Reset the Last Reset that Reset the Reset What does Safety do when things go wrong? It has reset which of course is not a re-set. We saw this with the second to last reset the Brady Review … [Read more...] about Let’s Reset the Last Reset that Reset the Reset
When Blame Comes Easy, A Lesson From Job Blame is the joy of the Justice Cult. The Justice Cult is best explained by reading wisdom literature particularly, the allegory/mythology of Job . Blame in … [Read more...] about When Blame Comes Easy, A Lesson From Job
Ritual as Embodied Learning in Safety I have written about the nature of ritual previously, particularly the properties of ritual: https://safetyrisk.net/safety-as-ritual-performance/ All rituals … [Read more...] about Ritual as Embodied Learning in Safety