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A worked example on applying Hierarchy of Control for Risk Reduction.
This was a Live Event covering Risk Management Fundamentals. It will be particularly appealing to those interested in risk management aspects, post COVID-19
It’s a good idea to have both Leading and Lagging indicators. But, why lead or lag?
I was asked recently my best advice on how to focus and improve on safety performance and I came up with 3 specific aspects
HAZard OPerability (HAZOP) studies play a critical risk identification and assessment role towards workplace and process safety. But what makes a HAZOP successful?
This is a Recording of the Live Stream YouTube event regarding Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and some tips that I can offer based upon my experience and lessons learnt.
Every week, I am going to randomly select a topic for safety discussion from a variety of sources….this week it’s related to maintenance safety.
If like me, you set objectives, goals or targets but don’t always get a 100% success rate…there could be a good reason for that.
“Still Going Wrong” by Trevor Kletz is one of my (many) favourite books. But, things are Still Going Wrong in the Safety World…Why? Let me share the 4C’s with you.
Knowing the size of your Organisation can help you take a balanced and pragmatic approach for risk management. But how do you determine the size of your organisation?
In this article I want to share with you some brief (and I really do mean brief) details on what is risk and the risk equation.
Let’s keep it simple.
Let me share with you some of my top tips in this Vlog on where to start for risk and safety management.