Being Safe with Psychometrics I read with interest this article sent to me on ‘Risk Type, compliance and personal responsibility’ under the heading ‘Culture and Behaviours’. As we know there … [Read more...] about Being Safe with Psychometrics
The Discourse of Just Culture in Safety One of the most important skills in Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is to look and listen to text-narrative and consider critical language omitted. … [Read more...] about The Discourse of Just Culture in Safety
Guaranteed Non-Leadership in Safety I was sent this ASSP “professional”, “peer reviewed” article today and asked for a review: Assessing the Quality of Safety-Focused Engagements The first thing we … [Read more...] about Guaranteed Non-Leadership in Safety
The Safety Worldview and COVID19 If you look at safety sites to do with COVID19 you would be mistaken to think that the threat of COVID19 is just a physical/biological thing (Safe Work … [Read more...] about The Safety Worldview and COVID19
Meeting is NOT About Technique I have received an amazing amount of feedback on my piece on Meeting (https://safetyrisk.net/meeting-in-safety-with-no-meeting/ ). So, this blog seeks to extend the … [Read more...] about Meeting is NOT About Technique
Meeting in Safety With NO ‘Meeting’ In the work of Martin Buber we understand the difference between meeting and Meeting, between presence and Presence. What Buber refers to here is the relational … [Read more...] about Meeting in Safety With NO ‘Meeting’
Is Your Ethic of Risk Poetic? I define risk as ‘the faith and trust required to suspend uncertainty to act’. When we discuss Ethics and Risk we must reflect on our worldview and how we are disposed … [Read more...] about Is Your Ethic of Risk Poetic?
A Moral Dilemma for Safety Morals and Ethics are NOT the same thing, despite what the ‘Micky Mouse’ chapter on Ethics in the AIHS BoK states ( p.1). It is critical that the difference between moral … [Read more...] about A Moral Dilemma for Safety