The Perceptions of Safety

The Perceptions of Safety Alan Quilley recently posted an interesting point on LinkedIn (perhaps wasted on that forum) – he posed the question (accompanied by the image above): “So do you think human behaviour is both predictable and observable? If so how do we use that knowledge to help people in our lives manage risk?” …

Safety Conversation Essentials – 20 Tips

Safety Conversation Essentials – 20 Tips If you loved this article then you should read the whole series: CLICK HERE In our preoccupation with technology, systems, checklists and legislation I trust we don’t lose sight of the most powerful instrument we have to manage risk – the simple but effective, safety conversation. Now whilst having a conversation is simple, …

Six Tips to Improve Your Safety Conversations

Six Tips to Improve Your Safety Conversations Whilst discussion and conversation is well intentioned it is also important to ensure that our discourse promotes effective safety culture. Read more of Rob's enlightening and most of the time controversial (only because they challenge our age old thinking and training) articles HERE. I also highly recommend his …

The Stress Observation Safety Dilemma

Have you overrated your Safety Observation Skills?. Article by Dr Robert Long. 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” The Stress Observation Safety Dilemma I recently conducted a MiProfile survey with 22 middle managers in a …

Six Tips to Improve your Safety Observations

Six Tips to Improve your Safety Observations More great pearls of wisdom from the Mining Man Safe Behaviour Observation programs have become one of the most important safety tools in the mining work place. Here are Mining Man's six tips to improve your safe work observations - making them easier to do and more effective. …