Cameras, Concentration and a ‘Crock’ of Non-Safety

Latest article by Dr Robert Long with an interesting, everyday example of how some attempts to manage safety and achieve zero harm can be seriously detrimental. If you liked this article then you should read the whole series: CLICK HERE. I highly recommend you check out Rob’s new book “RISK MAKES SENSE” Cameras, Concentration and …

Safety in Design for Who by Who?

Safety in Design for Who by Who? By Dr Robert Long Interest in safety in design has been expanding recently and like most other divisions of safety there is little presence in the literature of this sector on psychology or socialpsychology. This brief discussion asks the question: how can one espouse to be expert or …

The Safety Checklist Manifested

  Interesting article re the use of safety checklists by Tim Ludwig on his blog safety-doc.com – see it here The Checklist Manifested   Safety Checklists should be used with caution. In many of his ARTICLES, Dr Rob Long cautions against developing a checklist mentality – rather you should be focusing on people rather than …

The Safety Blame Game

The Safety Blame Game Far too many people involved in OHS, including some Safety People, spend too much time playing the blame game. Article by the late George Robotham When you pick up the newspaper and listen to the television or radio you will find terms like driver error, human error and pilot error used …

NUDE MEGAN FOX PHOTO CAUSES INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS

NUDE MEGAN FOX PHOTO CAUSES INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS Well now you are here, I assume that headline distracted you away from what you were doing but I hope it didn't cause you any serious injury or get you into strife. Motorola used Megan Fox in a Superbowl ad showing how an “innocent” photo sent by cell …