Risk & Safety Management
For risk and safety management, we might be interested in defining the situation or the problem, for example:
- What is it about?
- What are you trying to find out?
- What is the reason for investigating it?
- What is happening?
- What change occurs?
- What happens next and what is the sequence of events?
- What are verified and established events?
- What events need to be examined further?
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Environmental Social Governance (ESG) is an important feature and consideration for socially conscious investors, but what is it and should you be doing something about it?
In this article, I want to share with you an overview on what is Process Safety Management (PSM) and how PSM can help address the management of highly hazardous chemicals?
In this article I want to share with you my Golden Rule when it comes to doing risk assessments. I suspect it’s one that many folks use and nothing new.
Created in 1992 by Robert Kaplan and David Norton, the balanced scorecard (BSC) was initially aimed at helping public agencies better manage and measure performance.
More recently, BSC has been used for an integrated approach to performance measurement and management.
Have you been in a meeting where colleagues are misusing words like Safety, Hazard and Risk?
This is not uncommon and it’s easy to understand why there is confusion.
The Safety and Health Practitioner (SHP) produce a topic titled “Top 5 most read” and I thought it would be interesting to see what they were historically and also to gauge what is “Top of the Pops”
Professor Scott Geller is the pioneer of the Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) concept.
In these 5 short interviews, I discuss with Scott the origins, what is BBS, what BBS is not, what next for BBS and Actively Caring for People.
The thought of “missing ingredients” for Management System Ingredients might sound like I have found a magic recipe. It’s actually an obvious thing, but often overlooked….but, what is it?
It’s a good idea to have both Leading and Lagging indicators. But, why lead or lag?