Interesting article by Clive Lloyd – first published here: www.linkedin.com/pulse/people-rats-moving-beyond-behaviour-based-safety-clive-lloyd People are not Rats–Moving Beyond Behaviour Based Safety You are entitled to your opinions – you are not entitled to your own facts! Lately it seems empirical evidence, peer-reviewed research and being guided by experts has given way to mere opinions and (to use the …
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What is Psychosocial Safety? Psychosocial safety is really not a new concept but has been around industry for some time. The beginnings of psychosocial safety are usually linked to Herbert W. Heinrich an insurance investigator in the 1930s and 1940s. Interest in psychosocial safety as a discipline grew out of the early work done by …
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If It Feels Like Blame and Shame…It Is
Latest article By Phil La Duke on his blog http://philladuke.wordpress.com/
"One of the chief criticisms of Behaviour-Based Safety, that it blames workers for injuring themselves, isn’t taken all that seriously by its proponents; it should be. Read this article to find out why. And let me know what you think"
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Recent post by Phil La Duke, long time opponent of the flawed BBS process. read more of Phil’s work HERE What Are The Alternatives to Behaviour Based Safety Last week I posted yet another criticism of Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and it drew the following comment “Good morning Phil I hope all is well. The …
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