The 5 Ways We Identify Hazards

The 5 Ways We Identify Hazards – Updated Hazards are objects and in themselves don’t harm anyone. An object only becomes a hazard when a human engages with it, until then it remains a potential hazard. One can focus as much on displacement of energies and damaging energies as one wants but unless there is …

What is Excess Regulation Doing to us All?

What is Excess Regulation Doing to us All? First published HERE This paper follows my presentation at the inaugural Psychology of Risk Conference that was held in Sydney in March 2015. I’d like to warn readers up front that this piece is longer than usual as I attempt to tackle a topic that is complex …

Think Different, Act Differently in Risk

Think Different, Act Differently in Risk The ‘think different’ campaign for Macintosh (Think_different) was a highly successful campaign to differentiate one computer platform against another. The campaign was launched by this successful video. The campaign marked the return of Steve Jobs to Apple after the debacle of sending him to the wilderness to start NeXT …

What is excessive regulation doing to us all? Competition Winner

What is excessive regulation doing to us all? by Dave Gettins Congratulations Dave Gettins – He’s coming to the Social Psychology of Risk Conference, on Dolphyn! A big well done to Dave Gettins for submitting the winning entry in Dolphyn’s competition to win a place at the inaugural Social Psychology of Risk Conference being at …

Santa, Myths and Regulators.

Santa, Myths and Regulators. I was at a building site yesterday and up pulled a ute full of cases of beer, gifts for loyal and faithful service. A few weeks ago the same company hired a cruise boat for a Christmas party complete with endless alcohol and strippers as a way of saying thanks to …