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Depositphotos_10843497_s-2015_thumb.jpgHow Do We Know? We cannot know about things we do not have a belief in. It makes no sense to say, “I know the earth is spherical, but I don’t believe it”. Yet it is important to note that believing something does not guarantee that the belief is right.(Dew and Foreman 2014) This quote from How ...… Enjoy the rest of the article >>>>>

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image_thumb.pngGetting The Drift, Dekker on Safety I read many risk and safety books and most don’t go on the shelf but in the bin. Most regurgitate tired old safety myths, spin about behaviourism or target vigilance or zero for ineffective strategies in safety. Many of the books brand their central thesis in the language of the ...… Enjoy the rest of the article >>>>>

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stupidity-handicap.jpgSemiotics and the Unconscious Messages We Send I’ve just returned from another mind blowing few days with Dr Rob Long, Craig Ashhurst and a great group of cohorts, as part of my studies for the Graduate Certificate in the Psychology of Risk. This unit was:  “Communicating and Consulting About Risk” and mostly covered the ...… Enjoy the rest of the article >>>>>

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Depositphotos_10364548_s-2015.jpgAll Death is PreventableThe tall building looked like a church with four high Corinthian columns and marble foyer. I walked inside, through the stained-glass doors and down some stairs. I was greeted by the Master who produced a large key from his pocket and opened a 3 metre high sponge covered door, ‘I’d hate you ...… Enjoy the rest of the article >>>>>

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EPSON038.jpgA Little Brain Teaser for Safety People First to solve this problem will win a Dr Rob Long book of their choice. If you understand the concept of “Risk Savvy” then you are ineligible – sorry, but this is not a real challenge for you anyway. Barry Spud ...… Enjoy the rest of the article >>>>>

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