For The Love of Zero – Dr. Robert Long – Brief book review by the late George Robotham DOWNLOAD THIS BOOK FREE HERE: https://safetyrisk.net/for-the-love-of-zero-now-free-to-download/ See more details about the book HERE After a number of years in OHS an observation of mine is that OHS personnel and managers have a tendency to pick up and run… Read More For The Love of Zero–Book Review
Zero Harm is dead, long live ……whatever comes next Article by Kevin Jones First published here Zero Harm was an enormously popular motivational aim for OHS. It originated as a response in some large organisations where safety performance was plateauing and who felt that they had achieved as much as they could in redesigning work… Read More Has Zero Harm Sown The Seeds of its Own Destruction?
The Problem with Zero Harm Originally posted here: http://www.safetyrisk.net/the-problem-with-zero-harm/ This video discusses one of the many arguments against the zero harm concept, zero language and discourse. The language of zero as an absolute and the framing of risk and safety in perfectionism is deeply problematic for establishing a culture of openness, reporting, respect, relationship, trust… Read More The Problem with Zero Harm
Top 10 Things About Safety and Risk That Only a Handful of People Know This may seem like a pretty random topic for a blog post and that is because um, it is! Last night I got sent a link to a random blog post generator so I decided to try it out and this… Read More Top 10 Things About Safety and Risk That Only a Handful of People Know
Vision for safety in Australia By the late George Robotham My vision for what an excellent approach to OHS in Australia looks like: We get rid of emotive terminology such as accident, cause and blame. Alternatives are available Get rid of Zero Harm approaches We finally come to the realization that the focus must… Read More Vision for safety in Australia