It's great to see such a focus on mental health at the moment and the activities being conducted for RU OK day etc. However, I do wonder if perhaps we are over doing it and if such an overt, … [Read more...] about Safety, mental health and the safety paradox
Making the World fit the Safety Worldview One of the drivers of the work of Martin Heidegger was his reaction to the determinist and reductionist view of Rene Descartes . The Cartesian worldview … [Read more...] about Making the World fit the Safety Worldview
‘Wrestling in the Mud’ First published here: http://dolphyn.com.au/wrestling-in-the-mud/ He began crying without notice, it took me by surprise. We were in our late teens and just finished … [Read more...] about ‘Wrestling in the Mud’
Great article by Rob Sams published recently on LinkedIn Pulse HERE Do You Treat EAP's Like a Smash Repairer? Could it be that listening is one critical skill that we all need to focus on if … [Read more...] about Do You Treat EAP’s Like a Smash Repairer?
What Safety and Risk Could Learn From Patch Adams Gesundheit – Toward Holistic Health Last night I watched the movie Patch Adams starring the late, and amazingly talented, Robin Williams. The story … [Read more...] about What Safety and Risk Could Learn From Patch Adams
The Challenges for Organisations in Dealing with Mental Health How does adopting a ‘reductionist’ approach impact on mental health at work? Organisations world-over, including in Australia, … [Read more...] about The Challenges for Organisations in Dealing with Mental Health
Could Zero Harm be Unlawful Although 2 days ago I committed to the goal of zero zero harm articles I could not let this can of worms sit unopened on the shelf! If this doesn't create a little … [Read more...] about Could Zero Harm be Unlawful?