Life Saving Rules A conversation with Dave Whitefield, Andrew Thornhill and Matthew Thorne Key points: "They come from a good place……….but have unintended consequences.”"Decouple Rules from the … [Read more...] about Life Saving Rules
Why are people not reporting incidents? First of hopefully many conversations with Dave Whitefield, Andrew Thornhill and Matthew Thorne We need to anchor to learning rather than reaction and … [Read more...] about Why are people not reporting incidents?
Are You on The Safety Teat? A short while ago I was helping an associate fill out a third party platform for Safety, lets call the platform DN4. DN4 is both a software application and a supposed … [Read more...] about Are You on The Safety Teat?
On the evening of Monday the 10th of February I attended the Australian Institute of Health and Safety (AIHS) “Ethics and Professional Practice BoK (Book of Knowledge) Chapter launch (‘forum’)” It was … [Read more...] about It was the SIA until someone wanted to swing from the Chandelier
In my various jobs that I have had throughout the years I found myself working for Woolworths, a major supermarket chain in Australia and New Zealand with various arms including Liquor, hotels, … [Read more...] about Common Sense is Remarkably Uncommon
In the course of doing my studies at the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (CLLR), I often drive over to Canberra to attend. It gives me time to chill out, even though it is an extremely long … [Read more...] about Tentative at Tooleybuc
Hopefully the first of many articles by Matt Thorne from Risk Diversity: I was at a restaurant last week and had extended my time in the dining room past the end for breakfast. Everyone had left and … [Read more...] about The Real Barriers to Safety