I wonder what you have learned during Covid-19? Many people are talking about what they have ‘learned’ under Covid and that’s great. It’s good to hear people talk about appreciation of others, … [Read more...] about The Covid-19 Lesson
New Year Safety Trade-Offs and By-Products Hassan Vally introduces us to the concept of ‘microlives’ (http://www.bmj.com/content/345/bmj.e8223) which attempts to measure the life value of directions … [Read more...] about New Year Safety Trade-Offs and By-Products
The Mossie Coil and Safety The concept of by-products and trade-offs ought to be mandatory in any safety training. The naïve idea that policy decisions and safety decisions are neutral is nonsense. … [Read more...] about The Mossie Coil and Safety
Safety Gone Mad This is what happens when people have too much power and authority, no idea about discerning risk or any concept of the by-products of just banning things for ‘safety reasons’. See … [Read more...] about Safety Gone Mad
Let’s Get The Dirt On Root Cause Analysis It has been said that our seduction with the notion of root cause analysis has done more damage to safety and risk that anything else - there is likely … [Read more...] about Let’s Get The Dirt On Root Cause Analysis
Was New York Shut Down by Safety Spuds? How’s the discourse, by-products and trade-offs! On 26th January 2015, The US National Weather Service (NWS) predicted that a "potentially historic … [Read more...] about Was New York Shut Down by Safety Spuds?
Could understanding Grey, be the ‘silver bullet’? Since I started writing on Safetyrisk.net in November 2013, I’ve received lots of great feedback thoughts, questions and even criticisms about my … [Read more...] about Could Understanding Grey Be The Silver Bullet