How strange that when something goes wrong Safety flocks to Engineering for its reasoning. Even though Engineering has been deleted from safety association titles, it remains the raison d’être for safety. We observe this in the Coronial Enquiry into the Dreamworld Tragedy. The 274-page Dreamworld Coronial is a mono-disciplinary exploration … Learn more >>>>>
In every workshop I conduct the issue of measures, a STEM view of evidence and ‘controls’ are always raised. This week was no exception. I find it so amusing that the industry has this fixation with measures in working life and the opposite in our private life. Yet:
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Indicators of Risk
One thing safety people are not educated in is teaching, curriculum and learning. Amazing how the industry throws safety people in front of the … Learn more >>>>>
This one certainly caught out the Safety Crusaders who proved they don’t read much past the headline. Those who understand risk will have a little chuckle.
Written by David Vose and first published here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/defence-risk-heat-maps-david-vose/
In Defence of Risk Heat Maps
In recent years, heat maps – a very popular … Learn more >>>>>
20 Cognitive Biases That Affect Risk Decision Making
Republished by request
Ever wondered why your decisions, risk assessments and incident investigations are not as objective as you may think?
Rob Long defines cognitive bias (… Learn more >>>>>