Risk iCue Video Two – Demonstration

Originally posted on December 20, 2022 @ 12:23 PM

imageThis video is a follow up from the previous overview regarding the Risk iCue Method (https://safetyrisk.net/risk-icue-video/ ).

Risk iCue, iCue Listening and iCue Engagement are all ways of describing the method of undertaking a risk evaluation by visual, verbal and relational mapping.

Most organisations that adopt SPoR methodology learn to tackle risk using the iCue Method. This method begins in a very simply way but as you will learn in Video Three, can be taken to a high level of reflection and understanding.

Normally when people train face-to-face, learning the method takes a few days. It takes longer to learn iCue at an advanced level.

Those who learn iCue are also supported by a suite of 15 training videos, a manual (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/icue-engagement-manual/ ), Education Pack (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/icue-education-pack/ ), the book It Works (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/it-works-a-new-approach-to-risk-and-safety/) and semiotic resources (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/icue-conversation-scenario-cards/; https://www.humandymensions.com/product/icue-engagement-whiteboard-magnets-base-set/) that enable iCue Engagement.

The learning, understanding and benefit of learning this method is extraordinary and turns on its head all traditional safety approaches to risk management.

This visual, verbal and relational tool enables the most profound insights into risk and human decision making. The iCue method is positive, practical, open, constructive and amplifies risk perception and response.

You can see Risk iCue video two here (or watch it below):


If you want to learn how to do the Risk iCue this can be done in workshops, coaching or via Zoom.

Please contact:



There are agents of SPoR all over the globe that can also come train and run workshops for you, just email for more details.

iCue Demo Part 2.mp4 from CLLR on Vimeo.

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