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About the author:
Carsten Busch has worked with a wide range of topics in the management of health, safety, environmental care and quality, and in various safety domains including occupational, process, transport and societal safety as well as in security. He has international experience from industry, railways, governance, offshore and Police.
Safety Myth 101
Musings on Myths, Misunderstandings and More
The Safety Profession has a problem. Over the past decades, it has been a fertile feeding ground for Myths, Misconceptions and Misunderstandings.
Pyramids, dominos, ratios, certification, zeros, absolutes, rules, audits, positive mind-set, culture change, observation schemes, checklists, best practices, slogans, Safety First, errors, root causes and risk matrices. You name it and someone will probably have twisted it into something that it should not be, through mechanisms like: visions-turned-goals, tools out of context, black and white thinking, means-becoming-the-goal, rituals without proper understanding, correlation instead of causation or belief in Silver Bullets.
This book collects 123 (and then some) of these Safety Myths. Crisp and compact discussions address weaknesses of conventional safety 'wisdom' and give suggestions for alternative approaches and improvement.
The author mixes over two decades of professional experience, theory, practice, anecdotes, examples, and not in the last place humour, into a very readable and easy to understand different view on safety.
- Publication Date:
- 8269037702 / 9788269037708
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Management / General