How Workers Really Make Decisions Latest video by Dr Rob Long as a follow up to his previous article: How Do Workers Make Decisions? Video Transcript (video below this): I’m asked many, many times … [Read more...] about How Workers Really Make Decisions
I always find it fascinating when there is an increase in safety statistics or incidents that the call is always about greater vigilance, more checklists, more policing and more effort. What … [Read more...] about When Things Go Wrong Let’s Do More of the Same
Complacency and The Wayward Mind The issue of complacency is a preoccupation of the risk and safety industry yet one can find little research in the sector beyond the excessive use of the label. It … [Read more...] about Complacency and The Wayward Mind
Chronic Unease is Not Enough The concept of ‘chronic unease’ has been about in safety for some time. It was unfortunately put forward by Reason as a mindset to tackle complacency. Complacency … [Read more...] about Chronic Unease is Not Enough
The Convenience of Complacency One of the cultural characteristics of the safety industry is fundamental attribution error . It seems that safety seeks blame before it breathes, you certainly need to … [Read more...] about The Convenience of Complacency
Dispelling the Complacency Myth By Phil La Duke first published here. Phil says: week's post I take a hard look at the difference between worker complacency and attention fatigue. I hope you will … [Read more...] about Dispelling the Complacency Myth
The Icarus Deception A little light banter on the recent post New Safety Risk Header in regards to the wings on one of the characters made me recall the story of Icarus. Remember Icarus? According … [Read more...] about The Icarus Deception
Republished by request...... Is Complacency Evil? Lots of words are thrown around the safety sector with little definition. Everyone seems to know what everyone else is thinking and yet there is … [Read more...] about Is Complacency Evil?