Critical Theory, Critical Thinking and Safety I have written before about the need for greater levels of critical thinking, discernment (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/real-risk/ ) and … [Read more...] about Critical Theory, Critical Thinking and Safety
Making Safety Religious There was an interesting article in the Conversation today by Chris Hartney arguing that ignorance/naivety about religious awareness tends to make one more religious. One … [Read more...] about Making Safety Religious
Are Safety People Lie-Detectors? I have written previously about investigations and truth telling (https://safetyrisk.net/investigations-and-truth-telling/). Of course, if you understand … [Read more...] about Are Safety People Lie-Detectors?
Investigations the IOSH Way IOSH recently published an article on Investigative Interviewing written by an ex specialist criminal investigator for two elite UK law enforcement agencies. Then … [Read more...] about Investigations the IOSH Way
FIGJAM Safety I get one of these silly dumb memes in my inbox each week. Yet on going evidence of the unprofessional dumb nature of Safety. Nothing is more dangerous to safety than the arrogance, … [Read more...] about FIGJAM Safety
When There is no Fix? One of the favourite words of the safety sector is ‘controls’. Hazards and controls, that’s the scope of safety. However, the moment one engages in an ethic of risk one learns … [Read more...] about When There is no Fix?
Investigations and the Causality Sausage The topic of bias and worldview is rarely discussed as a foundation for incident investigations indeed, if you read the AIHS BoK Chapter of Ethics … [Read more...] about Investigations and the Causality Sausage