human factors

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    Grab their attention

    Health and safety practitioners need to adapt their communication methods to suit the audience, otherwise important messages risk getting lost.

    By Phil Pinnington, British Safety Council on 05 May 2022

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    Introduction to Human Factors in Accident Investigation By Dr Robert Bridger

    Book review by Phil Pinnington CMIOSH, Audit and consultancy manager at the British Safety Council

    By on 09 March 2022

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    The case for doing safety differently

    Over the past two decades, safety improvements across a number of industries have largely flatlined – as measured in fatalities and serious injury rates, for instance – despite a vast expansion of safety investment, compliance and paperwork.

    By EHS Congress Berlin on 10 February 2020

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    Looking for the root cause: method and aim

    One of the common experiences of older safety practitioners is the frustrating sense of déjà vu when reading accident investigation reports.

    By Lawrence Waterman on 29 November 2019