Barry Spud’s Hazard Control Tips - The Hierarchy Of Hazard Control Barry Spud tells: “The Hierarchy of Hazard Control (I call it the “HOHC”) is the one of the main weapons, in the Safety Crusader’s … [Read more...] about Barry Spud’s Hazard Control Tips
One of the great texts that smash the notion of zero risk/zero harm is by Amalberti, R., (2013) Navigating Safety, Necessary Compromises and Trade-Offs Theory and Practice. Springer. New York. … [Read more...] about Managing Risk Rather Than Striving for Absolute Safety
One can’t live in the world without movement, stasis is death. In movement we live, learn and have our being, to do so defines the nature of risk. The purpose of living in the world is not to be … [Read more...] about Leaps of Faith, Risk and Movement/Learning in Safety
Dr Long is pleased to announce the release of his fourth book available for free download (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/risk-makes-sense/). Simply click on the image of the book, add to … [Read more...] about Risk Makes Sense – Free Download
The risk and safety industry just continues to get more absurd as it ventures into conceptual metaphor of eating and diet as it seek to make sense of the unquantifiable nature of risk … [Read more...] about Risk You Can Eat
In every workshop I conduct the issue of measures, a STEM view of evidence and ‘controls’ are always raised. This week was no exception. I find it so amusing that the industry has this fixation with … [Read more...] about Quantifying the Unquantifiable
Understanding The Risk Management Malaise – Video Approches to Risk Management from CLLR on Vimeo. I have written before about the various schools of thought in how to tackle risk and the need … [Read more...] about Understanding The Risk Management Malaise – Video
Adverse Events: Eliminate or Anticipate? Blog by George Stavrou. Submitted as part of his assessment in Unit 5 of the Diploma in Social Psychology of Risk at The Centre For Leadership and Learning in … [Read more...] about Adverse Events: Eliminate or Anticipate?