Safety is the Wrong Anchor
We are all shaped by starting points, what Jung called Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions (SDICs). SDIC is sometimes known as the ‘butterfly effect’. This is the idea central to Chaos Theory that a simple … Read the rest
Do we really need “One More” safety brand?
I have just been reading an article by Kevin Jones of a “new model” of safety that the consulting firm Ernst & Young are about to launch onto the safety world. The … Read the rest
Zero Unsafe Acts or Zero Accidents?
There is currently a LinkedIn group discussion (HERE) raging in response to the question:
… “What are your thoughts about the whole ” Zero Accidents” concept? I do not buy into it and it would Read the rest
For the Love of Zero Competition
We have a number of copies of Dr Rob Long’s book to give away. (read more about the book here) All you have to do is send us either a story about where zero … Read the rest
‘Tis the season to be decorating the workplace with safety slogans so I thought I should republish this classic:
Sayings, Slogans, Aphorisms and the Discourse of Simple
One of the most annoying things about social media, especially Linkedin (as its …
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