Wouldn’t it be nice if we developed a reward system for our children and it worked giving the results we wanted? Wouldn’t it be great if we could get our teenagers and young people to respond to the … [Read more...] about Still Rewarding for Injury Rates???
It’s not in the KPI or LTI but the MRI The assumption of behaviourist psychology that people are the sum of inputs and outputs is the greatest weakness of BBS philosophy. There is plenty of evidence … [Read more...] about It’s not in the KPI or LTI but the MRI
How to Make Safety Incentive Schemes Successful Since seeing the by-products of poorly designed and implemented safety incentive schemes I have never been a big fan of them, particularly those that … [Read more...] about How to Make Safety Incentive Schemes Successful
Discouraging Workers from Reporting Injuries Is Bad Business One of the negative outcomes of a dogmatic Zero Harm approach is the reluctance, at all levels in the organisation, to report … [Read more...] about Discouraging Workers from Reporting Injuries
Creative Safety - How can I become more creative? A common element of any safety system is to list and analyze hazards as part of a risk assessment process. But, when asked to think outside the … [Read more...] about Creative Safety – How can I become more creative?
Disruptive Safety Very interesting article and points raised by Kelvin Genn on the Safety Differently Blog READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE HERE Some Extracts: Recently I was studying … [Read more...] about Disruptive Safety
Safety Behaviour a Matter of Motivation by Don Andrechek The word that arises when dealing with the change of a worker’s behavior is “HOW”? How can I get motivational success? How can we … [Read more...] about Safety Behaviour a Matter of Motivation
What is Psychosocial Safety? Psychosocial safety is really not a new concept but has been around industry for some time. The beginnings of psychosocial safety are usually linked to Herbert W. … [Read more...] about What is Psychosocial Safety