What do Sir James Dyson, Thomas Edison, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Vincent van Gough and Stephen King have in common? They are of course all famous people, but what many people … [Read more...] about Build a Psychologically Safe Workplace by Taking Risks and Analysing Failures
Enculturing Safety 30 July Speaking at a rally in Washington DC on 2011 Matt Damon stated: “As I look at my life today, the things I value the most about myself are my imagination, the love of … [Read more...] about Enculturing Safety
Groundhog Safety Day Everything we see, smell, hear, feel and taste leads our brains to think equal to everything familiar in our reality. Neuroscience theory tells us that our brains are organised … [Read more...] about Groundhog Safety Day
Counter Intuitive Safety Introduction Neuroscience research has revealed that our brains account for approximately two percent of our body weight, but consume about fifteen percent of our cardiac … [Read more...] about Counter Intuitive Safety
Under Par Safety Our brains are wired for inadvertence and laziness, not for attention and choice. So why do we force people to attend long winded safety meetings which bore people to death? Also, … [Read more...] about Under Par Safety
Thanks to Mark Taylor from www.safetymatters.co.nz for sending these in. I haven't heard of a few of these but others I have found useful. We still need to realise that no tool is perfect or free of … [Read more...] about 21 Safety Engagement Tools & Techniques
Boxing-In Safety Can Be Dangerous When I was a young boy I remember my parents buying their first automatic washing machine which came in a large cardboard box. I watched them fill it with clothes, a … [Read more...] about Boxing-In Safety Can Be Dangerous
What Makes A Good Safety Leader? By Mark Taylor – see his previous very popular articles here Inspirational safety leaders are reflective and critical thinkers who are able to envision health and … [Read more...] about What Makes A Good Safety Leader?