Two New Free Training Videos on Culture and The Cultural Values Framework

Two New Free Training Videos on Culture and The Cultural Values Framework The MiProfile Diagnostic (https://vimeo.com/24764673) is globally one of the most effective tools available to provide feedback to organisations on culture, risk and learning. This is because MiProfile tests implicit (tacit) knowledge (Polanyi) and the methodology is copyright to Dr Long. The MiProfile data …

Safety Curves and Pyramids

For many years DuPont have perpetuated the myth that they are the “Worlds Safest Company” and a “world-class safety leader”. In the 1940s the company developed the safety philosophy that “all accidents are preventable”. Encouraged by their perception of success, DuPont eventually turned safety consulting, making chemicals and materials on the side. In the 1990s, …

Dumb Ways To Drive Safety Video

Dumb Ways To Drive Safety Video We’ve seen a spate of dumb safety videos and campaigns lately, like: https://safetyrisk.net/dumb-ways-to-die-and-a-strange-sense-of-success/ https://safetyrisk.net/dumber-ways-to-promote-safety/ https://safetyrisk.net/hazardman-wont-save-you/ https://safetyrisk.net/safety-gets-even-dumber/ https://safetyrisk.net/latest-breakthrough-in-safety-communication/ It does make you wonder if education and learning or Youtube hits is the real goal? The ABC Reports: The WA Government has resorted to a video featuring children driving toy cars …

Latest Breakthrough In Safety Communication and Learning

Latest Breakthrough In Safety Communication and Learning By Barry Spud Safety has finally realised that it needs to be taken seriously and therefore must stop dumbing down the workforce with silly slogans, perfectionist goals and childish, condescending videos. This fun, innovative video “Struck By Mobile Equipment” from WorkSafeBC and recommended by Workcover NSW marks the …

A Classic Old Safety Video

A Classic Old Safety Video There is absolutely nothing politically correct about this classic old safety video from the 1960’s! Unfortunately, it seems, that PC is the only thing that has changed in the last 50 years! You will marvel at the Safety Engineer at work, deciding what is unsafe and saving our “pretty soft …