One of the things Safety does best is state what is, by what isn’t. What happens most often in the closed echo chamber of Safety is that one starts with the assumption that safety is the sacred starting point for thinking and then make the world fit that assumption. We see this typically with … [Read more...] about Manufacturing a Worldview to Fit Safety
How Do Workers Make Decisions? This is the question on the tongue of Safety but has no idea of an answer. I saw a video recently about ‘predicting behaviour in safety’. This was a slick piece of multimedia that probably cost hundreds of thousands of dollars with executives speaking and sports … [Read more...] about How Do Workers Make Decisions?
Whether one takes a risk or not depends on many things, least of all the paperwork you just filled out. Learning to tackle risk is something that starts from birth. If you grow up under helicopter parenting or laissez faire parenting frames the way you approach risk in school. Your personality, … [Read more...] about Doing Comes From Being