The Dangers of Common Sense Language in Safety I have written previously as far back as 2015 about the dangers of common sense language: https://safetyrisk.net/non-common-sense-mythology/ … [Read more...] about The Dangers of Common Sense Language in Safety
Do the Right Thing, It’s Common Sense Wouldn’t it be easy and simple if risk was black and white and safety was as easy as ‘check your gut’ (AIHS BoK) and ‘do the right thing’ (Just Culture). … [Read more...] about Do the Right Thing, It’s Common Sense
In my various jobs that I have had throughout the years I found myself working for Woolworths, a major supermarket chain in Australia and New Zealand with various arms including Liquor, hotels, … [Read more...] about Common Sense is Remarkably Uncommon
The recent comments by Jacob Rees-Mogg regarding the Grenfell Fire disaster highlight the nonsensical mythology of believing in common sense. Rees-Mogg like many use this mythology of common sense as … [Read more...] about Common Sense Non-Sense
Common Sense is Non Sense Latest article by Dr Rob Long following on from Phil LaDukes article: https://safetyrisk.net/the-greatest-threat-to-safety-might-be-your-safety-training/ I highly recommend … [Read more...] about Common Sense is Non Sense
quotable quote: “The use of silly and meaningless safety language matters, it creates a distraction and delusion that safety and risk are being addressed. We may feel good about speaking such words … [Read more...] about All Injuries are Preventable and Other Silly Safety Sayings
Time to Lose the Illogical Chants and Support New Evidence-Based Safety Axioms Excellent article by Alan Quilley recently posted HERE We’re quickly approaching 2016, almost 90 years after Heinrich … [Read more...] about 10 New Safety Axioms For The 21st Century
Is there “Common Sense” in safety? When an accident or incident occurs in a work place, one of the first things one hears are statements like, he has no common sense or he should have used his common … [Read more...] about Is there “Common Sense” in safety?