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
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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 … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
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, Read the rest