An OHS Challenge


1. Search the internet for ohs, safety, leadership, culture, change, science, behaviour, systems, learning, etc.

2. Read what you find.

3. Read this: Safety implications of the neuroscience of plasticity and the work athlete.

4. Please let me know if it looks any less realistic.

About John Culvenor

Hi, Thank you for taking a look at this blog. I work in engineering, ergonomics, creativity, design, training, etc. Often this is about helping solve legal puzzles through accident analysis. Sometimes it is about thinking up better designs for equipment, workplaces, and systems. This blog is about good design and bad design, accident analysis and how it can be done better, and how we can make a better, safer world by design!
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1 Response to An OHS Challenge

  1. mikebehm says:

    When you search the internet, you find lots of consultants promising great things. In the peer-reviewed literature you’d not find anything making more sense. The words you offer (and are the ones the profession seem to use) do not have universally accepted operational definitions in practice or in research.

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