I Don’t Serve Systems It’s a strange experience to read a science-managerial text on compliance. It’s strange because of the absence of any reference to human interaction or social psychological … [Read more...] about I Don’t Serve Systems
Process or Outcome? Latest by Greg Smith on his blog: MY SAFETY THOUGHTS Today I was reading a LinkedIn post lamenting the state of health and safety management, evidenced by too many “safety … [Read more...] about Process or Outcome?
Are your JHAs worthless? By Greg Smith, first published here: https://mysafetythoughts.com/2018/03/05/are-your-jhas-worthless/ “Worthless” is not my phrase, and I make no assumptions about the JSA … [Read more...] about Are your JHAs worthless?
Making Technicians Not Helpers People have enrolled in the CLLR Certificate online and in face-to-face studies (https://cllr.com.au/register-to-study/) recently, many with graduate and post-graduate … [Read more...] about Making Technicians Not Helpers
But We Have Safety Systems in Place One of the most successful myths of Safety is that one is protected by having systems in place. What we learned from Greg Smith in Risky Conversations, The Law, … [Read more...] about But We Have Safety Systems in Place
Transdisciplinary Thinking in Risk and Safety Why is it that Safety interprets difference as competition? Well that’s because diversity and bricolage are a threat to the binary worldview. When we … [Read more...] about Transdisciplinary Thinking in Risk and Safety
Safety Differently–The Movie My perception of 'Safety Differently' is that it involves a systematic approach to humanising overly bureaucratic systems – I just cant see how it can be radically … [Read more...] about Safety Differently–The Movie
‘Paper Systems’ and Safety Management Systems By Matt Thorne from WHS Concepts I have been consulting in risk and safety in Adelaide for over 10 years and am often asked to help ‘revitalise’ an … [Read more...] about ‘Paper Systems’ and Safety Management Systems