No Soft Skills in Safety

No Soft Skills in Safety When we think about the power of language to shape and influence the human unconscious, we know that words matter. This is why we need to be careful with the use of the word ‘safety’. Unfortunately, many people now associate scepticism, cynicism and negativity with the word ‘safety’. The recent …

The Primacy of Play in Learning

The Primacy of Play in Learning One of the world experts on Learning is Sir Ken Robinson. His recent video on play (watch it below) provides a nice outline of the essentials in learning through discovery, imagination, creativity and free unconstrained activity/thinking. Although Robinson’s work is primarily targeted at schools his work in general is brilliant …

It Takes Two to Tango–Reflections on Safe Behaviour

It Takes Two to Tango – Reflections on Safe Behaviour It is rare that a book comes out in the risk and safety sector when I wish I had written under such an excellent title. Usually, risk and safety books carry titles about error, compliance and management but not this book by Michael Kruger. Kruger …

Behavioural Adjustment–Conditioning Humans to Safety

Behavioural Adjustment–Conditioning Humans to Safety New Ebook by Peter Ribbe who says: I would like to credit Dr. Robert Long (Human Dymensions) With turning on the little lightbulb above my head with his books and writing’s. And the Australian Army, who gave me the methods and experience. DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK HERE: Behavioural Adjustment - Conditioning …