What Theory of Learning is Embedded in Your Investigation Methodology? It is always entertaining watching Safety turn complexity into simplistic discourse. Most recently we have seen a slight change … [Read more...] about What Theory of Learning is Embedded in Your Investigation Methodology?
Deconstructing iCam, Useful or Useless? It’s always an education to see what Safety flocks to and makes ‘orthodox’. Safety always seeks out mechanistic-behaviourist methods to suit its assumptions … [Read more...] about Deconstructing iCam, Useful or Useless
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
STEP 1, Suspend Your Agenda There are 3 critical impediments to reviewing events and incidents: Carrying an agenda into the interview (suspend your agenda, bias awareness) Thinking of what … [Read more...] about STEP 1, Suspend Your Agenda
Investigating Events is NOT About ‘Brain Farts’ In Australia, we have this saying to try to explain why someone does something that doesn’t make sense, we call it a ‘brain fart’. It is a way of … [Read more...] about Investigating Events is NOT About ‘Brain Farts’
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
Investigations and Learning You’ve got to hand it to Safety, if it can turn something into a simplistic delusion, it will. We see this with the recent attention to learning in regard to … [Read more...] about Investigations and Learning