People refer to critical thinking but rarely define what they mean. People may think they are critical thinkers but are often constrained by ambitions, politics, debt and social structures. In the world of risk and safety where compliance rules and obedience is privileged over all, critical thinking is generally discouraged.… Learn more >>>>>
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Where you start in safety drives trajectories. Foundational beliefs and assumptions create directionality and a worldview that interprets reality. These foundations are a philosophy, ideology and methodology for what one normalizes as ‘safety work’. The foundational assumptions of ‘safety work’ are rarely challenged.
You don’t have to study Anthropology to … Learn more >>>>>
Few people hold a working manual beside them as they learn a new process. They might consult that manual but the moment their eyes leave the paper/screen and they look at the action needed a host of critical factors come into play in enacting a decision. Many of these critical … Learn more >>>>>
In Australia, Remembrance Day is always observed on the 11th November although it is not a public holiday. At the eleventh hour a ceremonial one minute silence with a rendition of the Last … Learn more >>>>>
OnLine Learning Modules with CLLR
The Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk offer 21 Online Modules that will challenge and stretch your thinking and practice in tackling risk. More than 1200 students have participated in CLLR studies from over 30 countries. You can see more of what CLLR offers … Learn more >>>>>