Risk & Safety Management
For risk and safety management, the intention here is to describe the need and the situation.
- Why is it important?
- Why is it happening?
- Why do the contributing parts need to be there?
- Why does it not happen elsewhere?
- Why is the effect so small (or conversely, why is the effect so large)?
- Why does that occur when this is added or changed?
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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?
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.
In this Vlog I want to share my view on that expression that I guess we are all familiar with “Zero Accidents”. Is it realistic or just a pipe dream?
Here are 5 reasons why a Safety Management System (SMS) provides and supports an effective risk-based decision making framework and process.
Making an important subject like risk management unintelligible is not helpful nor effective in getting the desired end results (i.e., to effectively manage risks).
To achieve simplification, I dug into my experiences and dovetailed around the ISO 31000 guidelines.
In this interview with Dr Dominic Cooper (Dom), we discuss “why has safety performance flatlined in the UK”.