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BLOG: Four ways to eliminate blame and not shift it

By Noel Hengelbrok, Safety Differently Many safety professionals may be supporting the proliferation of blame without knowing it. As we have found success in removing blame from the frontline...

Speaking truth to power | Safety professionals

“They tell us to do these things, but they don’t want to know how we get them done.” Others in the focus group nodded in agreement. Myself, I was taken a bit aback by the statement. I was...

BLOG: Safety Audits Differently

Written by Daniel Hummerdal Safety audits have become central to safety management and governance. However, many organisations have noted that safety audits may have limited usefulness and some...

BLOG: Rules – Who Needs Them?

By Craig Marriot My grandfather was a Military Policeman in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. My father was a Royal Marine. I remember as a child seeing a clipping of an old article in...

BLOG: Safety Culture, The Movie

Written by Gary Wong It’s the holiday season. One terrific way to celebrate as a family is to see a movie together. Our pick? Star Wars: the Force Awakens. Well, that was an easy decision. The next...

Professor Sidney Dekker

Q&A with Professor Sidney Dekker

SAFETY DIFFERENTLY Professor, author and pilot Sidney Dekker talks safety from 30,000ft, “overparenting” in the mining industry, and how one Australian mine has scrapped all safety procedures in a...