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.
Why is fallibility so challenging in the workplace? First article by Zoe Koskinas – I am sure she would appreciate some support and feedback. This article has also been published HERE In a perfect world accidents do not happen, people do not make mistakes, and humans do not suffer- but we do not live in […]
10 Fun Facts–Cognitive Bias You will love this one as well: Test Your Reaction Times Test Your Reaction Times Not sure whether to thank Sheri Suckling for sending me this or not? It has occupied far too much of my time today. Sheri suggests that perhaps something like this could be developed to be used […]
HSE Trip Down Memory Lane by Ken R. Roberts – First published here The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 was described as “a bold and far-reaching piece of legislation” by HSE’s first Director General, John Locke. It was the beginning of the ‘punitive’ era. In other words government started getting fair dinkum […]
One thing normalized in the culture of safety is the delusional idea that ‘attributed’ measures like LTIFR actually have meaning