Tick n’ Flick-Set n’ Forget Two of the active cultural by-products of excessive paperwork and Papersafe safety (https://www.waylandlegal.com.au/post/paper-safe) are Tick n’ Flick-Set n’ Forget. Tick … [Read more...] about Tick n’ Flick-Set n’ Forget
Presentation Tips for Safety People Please also consider our latest learning article: Learning Styles Matter What is the point of knowing the Act, regulation, systems, procedures and standards if … [Read more...] about Presentation Tips for Safety People
Posted a couple of years go by Greg Smith here (https://www.waylandlegal.com.au/post/process-or-outcome) but worth sharing again Process or Outcome? Today I was reading a LinkedIn post lamenting the … [Read more...] about Process or Outcome?
Latest from Greg Smith, author of Paper Safe: Hi everyone. Apologies that I have been so inactive on LinkedIn lately, but I have been busy trying to finalise my next book - Reasonably Practicable: … [Read more...] about Safety How?
The excesses of paperwork in the risk and safety industry is evidence of the mythology that paperwork demonstrates safety. Similarly the idea that numerics and metrics demonstrate safety is based on … [Read more...] about Proof of Safety is not Through Paperwork
Read the sequel to this article: I’m Still Not That Into Safety Our most popular article out of 3007! Why do you think that is? Rob's courage and honesty has certainly touched some nerves! I’m just … [Read more...] about I’m just not that into safety anymore
Not often these days you read gem on Linkedin. But I found one this morning by Bob Cummins (but blame me for the silly title above): To most people, most often, procedures, policies, life saving … [Read more...] about The Safety Fool’s Errand
Safety Commandments, Cardinal and Life Saving Rules The popularity of Ten Commandments, Life Saving Rules, Cardinal Rules, Non-Negotiables, Heroes and Deadly Sins are a common characteristic of the … [Read more...] about Commandments, Cardinal and Life Saving Rules