Why Would You Talk That Way?
Postman’s classic book ‘Crazy talk, Stupid Talk’ (1976) discusses the power of semantic environments. That is, the context in which we talk. For example, the words ‘sorry I have sinned’ may make sense in a confessional but don’t make … Learn more >>>>>
Part 1 – What Does Counting Injuries as a Measure of Our Safety Process do to Our Risk Communication?
By Alan Quilley and first published HERE
There’s a long tradition in thinking (by some) that measuring safety is best done by measuring the lack of injury. If you’ve read ANY … Learn more >>>>>
GM Throws Out the Safety Metrics
An interesting article below by EHS Today on some big statements made by GM’s Senior Manager for Health and Safety that they are to begin “throwing out the safety metrics”. You will see that their focus is still on … Learn more >>>>>