We all know the saying ‘you can’t see the forest for the trees’ meaning, when you are so deep in something you can’t see what you are in. The saying also captures the dynamic of immersion, of being so … Read the rest
We know from child development that everything that is learned by doing becomes committed to body memory. From as young as three months children commit actions to muscle memory and this makes actions fast and efficient. When an action becomes … Read the rest
One of the by-products of STEM-only thinking in safety is the taboo of consciousness. You won’t find this challenging issue being discussed anywhere in the industry. How strange, because if there was any one subject that should be of critical … Read the rest
One of the great anxieties about Safety is the lack of control. If there was a favourite word for the safety industry, this would be it – controls.
This is what attracts Safety to the language of numerics and mechanistic … Read the rest