Understanding The Social Psychology of Risk And Safety The article is a bit longer than usual and if you would prefer to download a copy for future reference then you can DOWNLOAD HERE: … [Read more...] about Understanding The Social Psychology of Risk And Safety
The Triarchic Mind, Risk and Safety So much of how we think about decision making is centred on the brain. The common misconception is that the brain is a mainframe computer that directs actions. … [Read more...] about The Triarchic Mind, Risk and Safety
Safety is a balancing act (dialectic) between the Precautionary Principle and engaging in risk so far as is reasonably practicable (the ALARP Principle) … [Read more...] about Is Precaution a Virtue?
Understanding Harm Minimization As much as Safety might wish it, the real world is not binary black and white. Sometimes the most caring thing to do in a fallible world with fallible people is simply … [Read more...] about Understanding Harm Minimization
ALARP/SFAIRP – One brain, three minds and satisficing by Bernard Corden The following schematic may assist in explaining the objective and rational ALARP/SFAIRP approach and actual … [Read more...] about ALARP/SFAIRP – One brain, three minds and satisficing
Accidents Happen Because You Don’t Put Safety First This is the language and logic of Worksafe Victoria … [Read more...] about Accidents Happen Because You Don’t Put Safety First
ALARP, The Regulator and Alt-Facts Post by Hayden Collins, First published here Don’t you just love ‘fact sheets’? Especially when they don’t contain ‘facts’. (Sound like something you may have … [Read more...] about ALARP, The Regulator and Alt-Facts
New Free Video Release–ALARP Dr Rob Long has released a new video from the set from Risky Conversations, this time on the subject of ALARP. One of the fascinating points made by WHS Lawyer Greg … [Read more...] about New Free Video Release–ALARP
The is a lot of misunderstanding, misinformation and misinterpretation on what ALARP really means – this is one of the better explanations I have read. It is by WHS Lawyer Greg Smith and first … [Read more...] about ALARP–What is Reasonably Practicable?
Human Dymensions Newsletter September 2016 Welcome to this packed Newsletter with heaps of news, research and information on the work of Human Dymensions and The Social Psychology of Risk. If you got … [Read more...] about Human Dymensions Newsletter September 2016