Daydreaming and Safety I can remember when the song Daydream was released (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnlCtPh25jk), I was 13 years of age and the music of the time was astounding even … [Read more...] about Daydreaming and Safety
One of the strange things about the Just Culture phenomenon in risk and safety is the strange idea that somehow Justice and Culture can be controlled. Most often what Safety does with most things it … [Read more...] about Is Just Culture Unjust?
One thing you can be sure of, if Safety jumps out of its field of expertise in objects into anything to do with humans, it stuffs it up. This is no more pronounced in some of the material floating … [Read more...] about Safety and Non-Neuroscience
Trinket Safety There’s nothing quite like the safety market when selling snake oil. Amazing to see engineers selling neuroscience and behaviourists selling eugenics. Remarkable how easy it is to sell … [Read more...] about Trinket Safety
Behaviourist Neuroscience as Safety It’s fascinating and entertaining to watch Safety manipulate the discipline of neuroscience to suit its own behaviourist worldview. Even more fascinating to watch … [Read more...] about Behaviourist Neuroscience as Safety
Turning Neuroscience into Behaviourism I had to chuckle when I was sent this piece. One should normally expect leadership and professionalism from a peak body but in this case there is all the … [Read more...] about Turning Neuroscience into Behaviourism
Safety implications of the neuroscience of plasticity and the work athlete Hilarious, if it weren’t so poignant, article by John Culvenor on his Safe Design Blog. See also Rob Long’s latest article: … [Read more...] about Safety implications of the neuroscience of plasticity and the work athlete