Ritual as Embodied Learning in Safety I have written about the nature of ritual previously, particularly the properties of ritual: https://safetyrisk.net/safety-as-ritual-performance/ All rituals … [Read more...] about Ritual as Embodied Learning in Safety
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?
Learning, Leaning and Learning in Safety Methodology (worldview/philosophy) drives method. Method reveals methodology. Methodology and method are NOT the same thing. It matters what methodology one … [Read more...] about Learning, Leaning and Learning in Safety
The Fear of Learning in Risk There is no learning without risk and no risk without learning. I find it interesting when Safety gets on the learning bandwagon that confuses learning with cognitive … [Read more...] about The Fear of Learning in Risk
You Can’t Believe in Zero and Learning at The Same Time The next instalment from this rubbish IOSH magazine is an article on learning . Yes, you guessed it, from the same magazine that proudly … [Read more...] about You Can’t Believe in Zero and Learning at The Same Time
Poisoning the Professional Waterhole In the latest IOSH magazine you can find a host of safety gobbledygook , enough to turn you off an industry consumed with itself. We know about zero vision but … [Read more...] about Poisoning the Professional Waterhole
Education in Safety I am on several discussion lists across a number of disciplines and one such list in Education surfaced this week about what readings were considered essential for First Year … [Read more...] about Education in Safety
What Are You Trying to Say? One of the Advanced modules we run in CLLR (https://cllr.com.au/register-to-study/) is on the nature of semantics, semiosis, linguistics and the creation of meaning. This … [Read more...] about What Are You Trying to Say?