The Perceptions of Safety

The Perceptions of Safety Alan Quilley recently posted an interesting point on LinkedIn (perhaps wasted on that forum) – he posed the question (accompanied by the image above): “So do you think human behaviour is both predictable and observable? If so how do we use that knowledge to help people in our lives manage risk?” …

The Mountain Has Been Climbed. Now What?

The Mountain Has Been Climbed. Now What? by Phil La Duke, first published here: https://philladuke.wordpress.com/2016/10/17/the-mountain-has-been-climbed-now-what/ You’re corporate incident rate is so low that you are the envy of your industry, so where do you go from here? Despite the ever increasing death traps that we call workplaces, it’s a valid question that some fortunate companies …

The Last Stick Wasn’t Big Enough

The Last Stick Wasn’t Big Enough Article by Rob Long in response to a recent newspaper article about the need for more vigilance and compliance!!!! We hear a great deal in the safety industry about compliance and coercion but so little about creative solutions with a sense of imagination. Every time there is another event …

Safety – Just a Few Bad Apples

Safety - Just a Few Bad Apples I hear stories everyday about presenters and trainers in the risk and safety space peddling simplistic snake oil as the pathway to success. Often the idea being presented is based on a kernel of something good but then extended out to be something quite dangerous. Unfortunately the safety …

Behavioural Adjustment–Conditioning Humans to Safety

Behavioural Adjustment–Conditioning Humans to Safety New Ebook by Peter Ribbe who says: I would like to credit Dr. Robert Long (Human Dymensions) With turning on the little lightbulb above my head with his books and writing’s. And the Australian Army, who gave me the methods and experience. DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK HERE: Behavioural Adjustment - Conditioning …