Interesting article dispelling some “root cause” myths. First published here: https://www.kitchensoap.com/2012/02/10/each-necessary-but-only-jointly-sufficient/ Each necessary, but only jointly … [Read more...] about There is no root cause
There’s a Hole in Your Investigation. Any fatality is sad news for family and loved ones of those who have died. It is even more sad when there are no definitive answers for cause. Many who die … [Read more...] about There’s a Hole in Your Investigation.
Like a Rhizome Cowboy For those who know much about the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze they will know that a central part of his philosophy is the idea of a Rhizome. A rhizome is a tangled web of … [Read more...] about Like a Rhizome Cowboy
Just Get to the Bottom of it….. Republished by request.......... An incident occurs at work, the well entrenched procedures quickly kick into play - first aid provided, forms filled in, reports to … [Read more...] about Just Get to the Bottom of it
Critical Thinking and Questioning in Safety Great to read a piece on the Safety Differently site that situates systems within a social and societal context (Thinking Differently about incident … [Read more...] about Critical Thinking and Questioning in Safety
Out of Focus: Is the Safety Function Focusing On the Wrong Things? By Phil La Duke on his blog http://philladuke.wordpress.com/ Phil says: In this week's post I identify three areas that … [Read more...] about Is the Safety Function Focusing On the Wrong Things?
Free 5 Whys PPT Presentation This excellent 5 Whys root cause PowerPoint Presentation was sent to us by Tiaan V. It takes the audience through the basic philosophies of 5 Whys and provides trainer … [Read more...] about Free 5 Why PPT Presentation
Free Root Cause Mapping Template in Excel ThinkReliability have proven that Microsoft of Excel software is not only useful for for creating spread sheets, their free safety template proves that it's … [Read more...] about Free Root Cause Mapping Template in Excel