Safety is notorious for excessive paperwork; irrelevant policies; and redundant activities. We often add the latest safety ‘thing’ to our safety systems, but we never seem to take anything away.
Mental Health Crisis: An Approach Based on Evidence
The second phase of this project seeks to design and test interventions to improve workplace wellness thereby reducing the likelihood of the workplace triggering or exacerbating mental health issues among workers.
Safety Culture: Measuring the Unmeasurable
In this study we will attempt to create a useful scientific definition by exploring which dimensions of safety culture may be empirically observed, and which cannot. We will then seek to measure the empirical dimensions using validated scientific criteria, ensuring that we at least measure what we think we are measuring.
High Energy: Controlling the Uncontrollable
This project will explore why Direct Controls are sometimes challenging; how to determine if an alternative work plan is sufficient; and how to continuously monitor the state of high-energy when workers are exposed.