The Perceptions of Safety

The Perceptions of Safety Alan Quilley recently posted an interesting point on LinkedIn (perhaps wasted on that forum) – he posed the question (accompanied by the image above): “So do you think human behaviour is both predictable and observable? If so how do we use that knowledge to help people in our lives manage risk?” …

Heinrich–Industrial Accident Prevention

Heinrich – Industrial Accident Prevention I am embarrassed to admit that it was only a few years ago that I stopped extolling the virtues of Heinrich and his Pyramid – hey it was a simple concept, sort of made sense and the punters loved it! Please forgive me - Dave If you haven't yet seen the light here …

The Problem With ZERO Goals and Results

The Problem With ZERO Goals and Results By Alan Quilley I've been doing a great deal of thinking and writing about the variety of associated problems with using injury data to support the belief that low injury/damage results equate to a corporation being safe. The truth is that very safely operating companies have very low …

The Emperor Has No Hard Hat

The Emperor Has No Hard Hat – Still As Valid Today by Alan Quilley, first published here: safetyresultsblog 10 Year Anniversary Sale! He’s not only 10 years older…he’s ten years wiser! It’s been 10 years since my first book “The Emperor Has No Hard Hat – Achieving REAL Workplace Safety Results” was published. It’s been …

What Being a Musician Taught Me About Safety

What Being a Musician Taught Me About Safety By Alan Quilley – first published here I’ve been a musician for over 50 years! Wow, just typing that has made me flashback to a zillion hours of practice and performance. My memories are flooded with all the friends I’ve made along the way. I often meld …