‘Man Up’ Safety I read some debate today between a man and woman online about who was the toughest. The opening bait started with a journalist stating he was showing up to work with 3 broken ribs and somehow this was to be admired, he stated he was ‘manning up’. Then a female journalist replied […]
Safety shouldn’t be about safety, it should be about living and learning. When safety is made into some bureaucratic, legal or club exercise, it has lost the plot. This is why I prefer to talk much more about risk than I do about safety.
The Last Thing is, Don’t Start with Safety The study of theory of being is called ‘ontology’. How would you explain your being? What do you live for? What drives your sense of being ethically and morally? What gives you meaning and purpose in living? What is existence? These are big questions and ones that […]
Safety and Risk Due Diligence as a Moral Activity Some excellent additional resources and free videos at the end of the article…………. There are checklists that abound that give the impression that Due Diligence is either a mathematical equation or ‘tick the box’ exercise. However, this distorts the meaning of Due Diligence. One can complete […]
Top 10 Things About Safety and Risk That Only a Handful of People Know Republished by request Here are 10 and a bit things about safety that I plucked from some recent blog posts, that singularly or collectively only a handful of people may know. Or, if they knew them, perhaps did not know […]