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 … [Read more...] about How Do Workers Make Decisions?
No one to follow and nothing to teach Except that the goal falls short of the reach Leonard Cohen – The Goal 1 Any research or discussions regarding transport disasters across Australia will … [Read more...] about Desperados waiting for a train
Human Error is Unpreventable The ideology of zero creates the most absurd language and symbols. I read yesterday about a group in a government department who were hauled off to a zero harm campaign … [Read more...] about Human Error is Unpreventable
To Err is Human, To Forgive Divine The fixation of Safety with this little phrase and its misreading by the industry shows so clearly that the safety industry lacks the ability to think critically … [Read more...] about To Err is Human, To Forgive Divine
Just Shut The Gates? Another pondering from sharp end for discussion – by James Parkinson from www.safety-consultant.com.au In the safety field I have learned to accept that not all things can be … [Read more...] about Just Shut The Gates?
Learning Doesn’t Provide Immunity Just because I’ve learnt a little about how I make decisions and judgments, it does not mean that I will always make better decisions. I know that I am vulnerable in … [Read more...] about Learning Doesn’t Provide Immunity
Situational Awareness and Human Error An interesting article by Sidney Dekker on the Safety Differently Blog: Is It 1947 Yet? Neither Lieutenant Nathan Poloski’s body, nor his F/A-18 Hornet were … [Read more...] about Situational Awareness and Human Error
The Error Diary Just discovered this quirky website “The Error Diary”. Sign up and reveal your daily errors on line or you can hashtag (sounds like I know what that means but I have no idea?) … [Read more...] about The Error Diary