Shared Ritual in the Safety Congregation? When anything involves salvation there is ritual. This is the energy of Zero. Follow these procedures, habits, practices, myths or routine enactments and … [Read more...] about Shared Ritual in the Safety Congregation?
The Myth of the SWMS Manifesto I’d like a dollar for every mail I get telling stories about what is considered necessary in a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS). It seems that Safety is far more … [Read more...] about The Myth of the SWMS Manifesto
Things To Consider When Developing And Designing Your Company SWMS Guest Post Download examples: The Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is one important document that is valuable … [Read more...] about Things To Consider When Developing And Designing Your Company SWMS
Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright in Safety One of Dylan’s greatest songs is about the power of indifference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-Y3KfJs6T0 ), not just to love but to people in general. … [Read more...] about Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright in Safety
It’s Always About Paperwork Oh, I get it. It’s not the problem of excessive paperwork, it’s just that you haven’t been filling it out properly. This is the core message of Useability Mapping … [Read more...] about It’s Always About Paperwork
Sin-Eaters for Safety Cemeteries are a treasure trove in semiotics. They not only convey history but also much about what humans think about life and death. In our Introduction to Semiotics … [Read more...] about Sin-Eaters for Safety
Censorship and Taboos in Safety One of the interesting things we do in SPoR workshops is an audit of language, just a simple psychoanalysis of words associated with a key word. For example, ask any … [Read more...] about Censorship and Taboos in Safety
A checklist for checking your use of checklists :-) Ten Cautions About Safety Checklists See also: Making Objects Safe or People Safe (Dr Rob Long), Risk is About People, not just Objects (Rob … [Read more...] about Ten Cautions About Safety Checklists
There is a big difference between what we value (outcome and object) and what is a value (principle/ethic) when we consider strategy and thinking in risk and safety. The confusion of the two confuses … [Read more...] about We can Value Safety but Safety is not a Value
Whenever I run the MiProfile diagnostic (https://www.humandymensions.com/services-and-programs/miprofile/) in organizations it always turns out that over 60% of people state that they do not … [Read more...] about The Futility of the Centralised Safety Management System?