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
These days I watch a lot of Playschool, a children’s TV program on ABCTV (https://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/). Playschool is a pre-school education program based entirely on … [Read more...] about What Can Safety Learn From Playschool?
The cumbersome systems that have evolved around workers compensation cause frustration and suffering for employers and workers. Employers get saddled with volatile costs and workers get labelled as … [Read more...] about In search of plan B in workers’ recovery
Do we Need a Different Way of Being in Safety? There are many people working in Safety who seek a ‘different’ way of engaging with others, and rightly so. The current policing and patrolling … [Read more...] about Do we Need a Different Way of Being in Safety?
Disrupting the Methodology in Safety? There seems a real focus at the moment on finding better and ‘different’ ways (or methods) to ‘do’ Safety; both in organisations and for those working in the … [Read more...] about Disrupting the Methodology in Safety?
Gab Carlton's first article republished by demand. Seems to be a topic of interest at the moment. With 43 comments, one of our most popular articles. The message here is so simple yet contradicts … [Read more...] about The Art of Humble Inquiry as a Pathway to Safety Improvement
Imperfections and Humble Enquiry – A Great Team Another great article by Paul Nieuwoudt, Author of: Zero Harm and a Peasant in 16th Century Europe , Another side to the story and The Illusion Of … [Read more...] about Imperfections and Humble Enquiry – A Great Team
Article co-authored by Rob Sams from Dolphyn and published here by Resilium How to communicate about safety – the art of humble enquiry Improving safety can be a tough job. According to Dave Collins … [Read more...] about How to communicate about safety – the art of humble enquiry