Safety values, ideas, behaviours and clothes Safety values, thoughts, ideas and behaviours are a bit like clothes; we all have them, but knowing which to wear, recycle, or ditch is often a … [Read more...] about Safety values, ideas, behaviours and clothes
The ‘Roots’ of Behaviour It’s always fascinating watching the risk industry battle with behaviourism, because it doesn’t work (https://safetyrisk.net/the-curse-of-behaviourism/ ). It doesn’t matter … [Read more...] about The ‘Roots’ of Behaviour
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 … [Read more...] about The Perceptions of Safety
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 … [Read more...] about The Mountain Has Been Climbed. Now What?
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 … [Read more...] about The Last Stick Wasn’t Big Enough
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 … [Read more...] about Safety – Just a Few Bad Apples
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 … [Read more...] about Behavioural Adjustment–Conditioning Humans to Safety
A terrific article by Alan Langstone on LinkedIn Pulse – Alan has just started on the unlearning/learning journey but making great progress Just distract you! Traditional safety has been about … [Read more...] about Just distract you!