Personal Covid Risk Calculator Probably the most ridiculous “safety thing” I’ve seen in a long time! It’s been developed by researchers from Flinders University and University of QLD. An extract … [Read more...] about Personal Covid Risk Calculator
Investigations and The Simplicity Attraction In the face of so much noise, competing values, diversity and confusion stands the myth of Occam’s Razor, a wish that when faced with multiple factors, … [Read more...] about Investigations and The Simplicity Attraction
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?
Practice, Repetition, Habit, Routine, Ritual and Decision Making in Risk Most decisions made by people are unconscious. The idea that decision making is brain activity between individuals is simply … [Read more...] about Practice, Repetition, Habit, Routine, Ritual and Decision Making in Risk
In it for The Long Haul - Making the most of the FIFO Lifestyle Available here: https://wideawakewellness.com.au/ Over the past 15 months I have written a book. The title is “In it for The … [Read more...] about In it for The Long Haul – Making the most of the FIFO Lifestyle
Safety Cosmetics One of the grand activities of keeping up with safety systems is keeping up appearances. The idea that paperwork obesity is a healthy thing is a strange cultural myth in the safety … [Read more...] about Safety Cosmetics
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
Visual Thinking and Risk One of the most profound weaknesses of paperwork/checklist methods in the risk and safety industry is that they don’t lend themselves to visualizing relationships between … [Read more...] about Visual Thinking and Risk