An Ethic in Error for Safety The mistakes quadrant below is similar to the Unknown Knows quadrant or any other Johari window semiotic that seeks to understand something. Generally one names the … [Read more...] about An Ethic in Error for Safety
How many do you want harmed today? It seems not a week goes by on Linkedin without the perpetual Safety demonstration of nonsense talk, nonsense language, life denying, fallibility denying and the … [Read more...] about How many do you want harmed today?
The Expectation of Safety A thought provoking article by Phil LaDuke who says: “On one hand the only one who can keep us safe is ourselves and on the other hand where ever you are and whatever you're … [Read more...] about The Expectation of Safety
Disruptive Safety Very interesting article and points raised by Kelvin Genn on the Safety Differently Blog READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE HERE Some Extracts: Recently I was studying … [Read more...] about Disruptive Safety
Your Safety Communication Sucks Marie-Claire Ross from Digicast was telling me today that she was lampooned by the “Nutbag and Knobhead Brigade” (my words) on a LinkedIn Forum (surprise, surprise – … [Read more...] about Your Safety Communication Sucks
Oops, I didn’t mean to do that - Why we make mistakes Fassinating artickle by Rob Sams (see his previus posts here). The first 3 people to email me and tell me why I chose this image for this … [Read more...] about Why we make mistakes
Crying Over Spilt Milk; Mistakes Are Inevitable, Injuries Are Not Adding another dimension to the ZERO HARM debate – recent article by Phil LaDuke – ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED HERE People make … [Read more...] about Crying Over Spilt Milk; Mistakes Are Inevitable, Injuries Are Not
Risky Behaviour Is A Fact Of Life <p align="justify"><strong>Latest article by Phil LaDuke with a great reference to Rob Long’s book </strong><strong>“Risk Makes … [Read more...] about Risky Behaviour Is A Fact Of Life