Hoodwinked by Heinrich I have written before about the Heinrich Hoax and Delusion (https://safetyrisk.net/ration-delusions-and-heinrichs-hoax/), the Heinrich Hoodoo … [Read more...] about Hoodwinked by Heinrich
Ratio Delusions and Heinrich’s Hoax There’s no doubt that founding interests in safety emerged from insurance and engineering. The concocted rubbish of Heinrich in 1931 was founded in mechanistic … [Read more...] about Ratio Delusions and Heinrich’s Hoax
The Voodoo of The Hoodoo Deleuze rightly states that the idea of common sense is: a dogmatic, orthodox and moral image of thought. To recognise this is the first step in critical thought. If one … [Read more...] about The Voodoo of The Hoodoo
The Heinrich Hoodoo If there was ever a disastrous start to the birth of an industry it has to be safety. When Herbert Heinrich published Industrial Accident Prevention in 1931 he launched an … [Read more...] about The Heinrich Hoodoo
I had a call from a mate this week, the board of his company have been mesmerised by a presentation of the latest advances in safety. So I asked to see a copy of this presentation expecting some … [Read more...] about Advancing Backwards in Safety
Why Do Anything About Injuries When You Can Pretend to Take Action Instead? by Phil La Duke. First published on his blog HERE Safety is not a humanitarian effort. We all know the story of the days … [Read more...] about Why Do Anything About Injuries When You Can Pretend to Take Action Instead?
Guest post by one of the USA based students in The Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (CLLR) online program https://cllr.com.au/online-courses-overseas-students/ Heinrich’s … [Read more...] about Heinrich’s Propaganda
Heinrich – Industrial Accident Prevention I am embarrassed to admit that it was only a few years ago that I stopped extolling the virtues of Heinrich and his Pyramid – hey it was a simple concept, … [Read more...] about Heinrich–Industrial Accident Prevention