In every workshop I conduct the issue of measures, a STEM view of evidence and ‘controls’ are always raised. This week was no exception. I find it so amusing that the industry has this fixation with measures in working life and the opposite in our … Learn more >>>>>
This one certainly caught out the Safety Crusaders who proved they don’t read much past the headline. Those who understand risk will have a little chuckle.
Written by David Vose and first published here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/defence-risk-heat-maps-david-vose/
In Defence of Risk Heat Maps
In recent years, heat … Learn more >>>>>
One of the trade-offs in the limited STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) curriculum (https://safetyrisk.net/isnt-it-time-we-reformed-the-whs-curriculum/) in safety is its inability to perceive its own religious trends and superstitions (https://safetyrisk.net/no-evidence-for-the-religion-of-zero/). The strange paradox about blind STEM thinking is that it … Learn more >>>>>