Social Resilience Today’s drop with Matt Thorne from RiskDiversity, Dave Whitefield from Semiosphere and Andrew Thornhill from Clarity Enabled, Episode 5 “Social Resilience” with Gabrielle … [Read more...] about Social Resilience
Mental Health and the Safety Habitus How is the safety industry equipped to tackle the challenges of mental health? What assumptions about personhood and ‘mind’ dominate the safety sector? Do these … [Read more...] about Mental Health and the Safety Habitus
All Care and No Care! Time and time again we are bombarded with articles and ‘research’ prescribing how to be more resilient. I came across this article the other day about care workers and … [Read more...] about All Care and No Care!
You Are Not Alone! Did you realize that loneliness is at epidemic proportions? (https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/modern-mentality/201807/what-you-need-know-about-the-loneliness-epidemic). Why … [Read more...] about You Are Not Alone!
What’s Your Resilience Profile? Is resilience an individual problem or a social issue? Social resilience implies that resilience is everybody’s business. Unless we look at resilience from a social … [Read more...] about What’s Your Resilience Profile?
Humans Don’t Bounce! We can’t measure resilience and neither should we! It’s absurd to think that we can somehow quantify a persons struggle or crisis and condense it down to a ‘helpful’ number. Yet … [Read more...] about Humans Don’t Bounce!
Zero Harm–The Maintenance of a Dangerous Idea Rob Long and Gabrielle Carlton discuss the issues associated with zero harm language and its effects on organisational culture. This extended video … [Read more...] about Zero Harm–The Maintenance of a Dangerous Idea
Standing on a train platform this morning I noticed that the old authoritative “STAND BEHIND THE YELLOW LINE” had been replaced with something a little more personable (see below, as opposed to ‘in … [Read more...] about Stand Behind The Yellow Line – Do Engineering Controls Affect Risk?
First published exactly 2 years and some current worldwide event reminded me of it. Anybody seen any Olympic style wrongness? No second chance for breaking a start early must be devastating? The … [Read more...] about The Different Levels of Wrongness!
Gab Carlton's first article republished by demand. Seems to be a topic of interest at the moment. With 43 comments, one of our most popular articles. The message here is so simple yet contradicts … [Read more...] about The Art of Humble Inquiry as a Pathway to Safety Improvement