The Zero-Injury Witch Hunt The ZERO HARM DEBATE has been ongoing on this blog for a while and I’ve tried to let it go recently as the tide is turning and slowly revealing the sunken cost of this mantra, the supporters seem to get that we all want the same thing and that it’s more important to set … [Read more...] about The Zero-Injury Witch Hunt
The Zero Hero is Here to Save The Day!
Dr Rob Long’s recent article Forecasting Safety resulted in some great debate both here and on other forums. In this article Gabrielle discusses the language of zero and how it may have the exact opposite affect to what was maybe well intended. The people who take the time to read and have the … [Read more...] about The Zero Hero is Here to Save The Day!
Defending Zero-Injury Goals
Stop Worrying About Injuries: Defending Zero-Injury Goals Ok I have been accused of being unfairly critical of zero harm goals and those who support them – guilty! But I would like to share this blog article by Phil LaDuke – only because Phil has managed to produce a well considered argument, not … [Read more...] about Defending Zero-Injury Goals
ZERO Injuries – Making it Happen
ZERO Injuries – Making it Happen Guest Post By John Wettstein ZERO injuries – is it possible? The key is that in order to achieve something you must first believe it is possible to do. You have to focus on the ultimate outcome and allow your organization a way to achieve it. Remember … [Read more...] about ZERO Injuries – Making it Happen
Zero Injuries Is Not Your Goal
Zero Injuries Is Not Your Goal By Bill Sims, Jr. Our new guest writer – see more of his work here Tell Bill what to write next! Go to www.safetyincentives.com/vote It was 1981, and I was in Danville, Virginia. I followed Tom, the safety director thru the dark old textile mill, walking on heart of … [Read more...] about Zero Injuries Is Not Your Goal