This last week gone has seen the 23rd Congress of Safety and Health at the Workplace held in Sydney with over 3500 people attending.
There were over 240 presenters with a bunch of stuff going on https://safety2023sydney.com/programme which is what you would expect at a world congress.
But with this information coming in, does anything change?
On Monday morning when the dust has settled and your Simon Sinek Safety warm and fuzzy has worn off, what tangible difference has been made?
What will have changed in your methods?
What changes are you going to make to practice?
What is the strategy you were given?
Has anything changed? Has anything moved? Has Dissonance occurred?
Meeting with others who do the same job as you is good, these associations help you belong, which again is vital, part of that word vitality.
But by what method do you take what you have learnt and implement something progressive, imaginative or new? Has anything changed in your methodology (philosophy), that will change your method What you actually do).
Social Psychology of Risk (SPoR) approaches Risk and Safety in a different fashion. It is a Visual Verbal and Semiotic approach to tackling risk.
It has a Method https://www.humandymensions.com/product/spor-and-semiotics/ founded on Social Psychology, Semiotics and Relational Learning. It is founded on tackling risk in Workspace, Headspace and Groupspace (represented visually by the 3 icons below).
It has a Curriculum https://www.humandymensions.com/product/the-social-psychology-of-risk-handbook/
And we have tools and methods once learned, completely change the way people tackle risk. An approach that humanises persons, takes ethics seriously and disposes of the brutalism of BBS and Zero.
An example of some tools are below but many more found in my new book: SPoR and Semiotics (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/spor-and-semiotics/).
Risk Diversity and the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (CLLR) are offering a free two hour SPoR Methods workshop for Organisational Leadership Teams.
We can show you how you can use SPoR Methods to improve your Risk Intelligence (iCue) and improve your Organisational Culture.
If you are interested in a 2 hour online workshop please contact: