These days I watch a lot of Playschool, a children’s TV program on ABCTV (https://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/). Playschool is a pre-school education program based entirely on … [Read more...] about What Can Safety Learn From Playschool?
Inspirational Safety Ideas A recent plea, from a frustrated Safety Professional on a Facebook forum, sparked a very interesting discussion. I have certainly seen many similar comments on this blog … [Read more...] about Inspirational Safety Ideas
Bonsai Safety? 盆栽の安全性 “Bonsai” is a Japanese term which means or denotes “a tree which is planted in a shallow container". Having recently visited the Australian National Bonsai collection, at the … [Read more...] about Bonsai Safety? 盆栽の安全性
Desensitization – the by-product of ill-conceived safety initiatives As Gerald Wilde puts it in “Target Risk 3”: “Also, they may simply have been blinded by their zeal to do something quick and easy … [Read more...] about Desensitisation–the by-product of ill-conceived safety initiatives
It’s a Risky Christmas - A Xmas Safety Poem without the word Safety In it: “So what is the rush to complete stuff before the end of the year about... here is a little poem that puts the highlight on … [Read more...] about It’s a Risky Christmas
Christmas Competition–Positive Safety Initiatives We would like to end the year with a competition that encourages people to share some of their positive safety initiatives from 2015. It doesn't have … [Read more...] about Christmas Competition–Positive Safety Initiatives
A Little Brain Teaser for Safety People First to solve this problem will win a Dr Rob Long book of their choice. If you understand the concept of “Risk Savvy” then you are ineligible – sorry, but … [Read more...] about A Little Brain Teaser for Safety People
Safety, Risk and Art My younger sister is an extremely talented artist, as well as being the owner of a successful graphic design company and mother to two of the cutest kids you will meet. She is … [Read more...] about Safety, Risk and Art
Who Decides What is Ugly? The way I go about my work has changed significantly over the past few years. When I think back to 2010, my work could best be described as mechanistic and routine. I worked … [Read more...] about Who Decides What is Ugly?
Risk & Safety in Outdoor Education. Great short article by Keith McCabe – a Member of our Brisbane Thinking Group (See: What is a Thinking Group?), First published this on LinkedIn. With enough … [Read more...] about Risk & Safety in Outdoor Education.