Finally a Book About Risk That Makes Sense For some time now we have been privileged to have Dr Robert Long writing some very interesting and provocative articles about creative and effective ways to … [Read more...] about Risk Makes Sense
WHY ARE SOME RISKS MORE ATTRACTIVE Image Source: http://nedmartin.org/v3/amused/men-and-women WHAT MAKES SOME RISKS MORE ATTRACTIVE THAN OTHERS? The following factors influence perceived risk: … [Read more...] about WHY ARE SOME RISKS MORE ATTRACTIVE
Safety Surveys, Bias and Predictability Rob’s new Book: “Following-Leading in Risk” is a MUST READ if you think you already know about Leadership. CHECK IT OUT This week Safe Work Australia … [Read more...] about Safety Surveys, Bias and Predictability
Another really enjoyable and thought provoking article by Dr Robert Long. There is no learning without risk, risk is not the enemy. Just think of all the inventions and pleasures of life we enjoy had … [Read more...] about If There was a Risk Gene, Would you Engineer it Out?
Zero Incident Goals Motivate Risk-Taking, Not Excellence Just came across the interesting article by Shawn M. Galloway. Shaun makes a good point when he says that in organisations that promote zero … [Read more...] about Zero Incident Goals Motivate Risk-Taking
Dr Rob Long, Author of Real Risk – Human Discerning and Risk (download Ch1 Here), explains why we switch to autopilot when under normal work pressures, despite the safety world trying to impose … [Read more...] about The Conundrum in Discerning Risk
Successful Safety and Risk Management Initiatives These are some of the entries in our recent Risk Makes Sense – Book Competition. Listed in the order they were submitted: 1) Internal standards of … [Read more...] about Effective Safety Improvement Ideas
Putting Risk in Real Perspective So you can't go swimming in the ocean because you are afraid of sharks and think they should all be netted or culled? Lets put that into perspective. Thanks to Dr Rob … [Read more...] about Putting Risk in Real Perspective