No Time to Walk, No Time for Conversation I often get opportunity to chat to safety people about their work in safety. Many write to me about what they are expected to do by their organisations … [Read more...] about No Time to Walk, No Time for Conversation
Balancing Open and Closed Systems in Risk One of the lessons of Greg Smith’s book ‘Paper Safe’ is that completed systems in themselves are not an assurance of safety. Similarly, our series on … [Read more...] about Balancing Open and Closed Systems in Risk
200,000 SPoR Book Downloads We’ve had a few milestones lately, first with the 1000th blog (https://safetyrisk.net/celebrating-1000-blogs-on-risk/ ) and now with over 200,000 book sales/downloads of … [Read more...] about 200,000 SPoR Book Downloads
A Typical Safety eBulletin It is always amusing to receive safety newsletters and publications from associations and note the language/discourse used. The latest HSE mail out is typical. The leading … [Read more...] about A Typical Safety eBulletin
Safety is a printing business not a risk management business. As long as you have put the right paperwork in place and completed it the right way (usability mapping - … [Read more...] about The Template Trap and Paper Safety
The latest research confirms what SPoR has known for sometime, that all vision is subjective, objective vision is impossible … [Read more...] about All Risk is Subjective
Whenever I run the MiProfile diagnostic (https://www.humandymensions.com/services-and-programs/miprofile/) in organizations it always turns out that over 60% of people state that they do not … [Read more...] about The Futility of the Centralised Safety Management System?