What and how should we measure to support recovery from injury?

What and how should we measure to support recovery from injury? “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted”[1] Albert Einstein (attributed) Some years ago, tired of my irritating enquiries about the quality of their school day, my teenage sons started to respond to my question - ‘how …

The Village Effect

The Village Effect There are many different approaches adopted by organisations to support people injured at work. These include consultant doctors, on-site Physiotherapy, free and confidential psychologists (EAP), ‘case-conferencing’ and specialized rehabilitation providers. All of which can be useful and helpful. Understandably, the typical approach to treating injuries and illnesses is to send people to …

Insights on Culture

Insights on Culture Latest blog by Phil LaDuke (see the whole articles here) who says: Even though corporate culture and organizational change is a well-established concept, many in safety seem to believe they can assign their own definitions to it (a recent discussion group yielded almost 500 responses on the definition of "safety culture" and …