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Posts tagged with "safety-management"

Why are last minute risk assessment so important?

Last minute risk assessments are evaluations of potential risks that are conducted shortly before...

Safety Management
3 min read

Complex systems and the inevitable disasters they bring: A review of 'Normal Accidents' by Charles Perrow

Hey there safety professional!  Are you looking for a book that will blow your mind and make you...

Safety Management
3 min read

The perverse incentives of zero injury culture

Zero injury goals, also known as "zero harm", "zero accidents" or "zero incidents," are a popular...

Safety Management
4 min read

Why Safety Is Everyone’s Responsibility (tip: it’s the culture)

It’s not a new idea, is it? Safety is everyone’s responsibility! Imagine working at a construction...

Safety Management
4 min read

How To Handle Change Management In Incident Reporting

Change in general can be a difficult thing to navigate as an organisation. It can disrupt...

Safety Management
4 min read

11 Reasons Why Most Safety Management Systems Fail To Engage Employees

Do you know the saying, “a chain is only as strong as its weakest link”? In safety management, the...

Safety Management
8 min read

The Secret Behind Incident Reporting: Communications

No one likes to be taken by surprise when it comes to safety matters. Not the management, nor the...

Safety Management
6 min read

5 Quick Reminders For Effective Safety Walks

Safety walks are an important part of any organisation's safety program. They help identify...

Safety Management
3 min read

The Observation Definition Gap In Safety: What Is It And How To Fix It

As a manager, you know the importance of safety and what it means to your work. You must ensure...

Safety Management
5 min read

Involve your stakeholders to report

At Falcony, we create solutions that multiply the amount of observations and enable our customers to gain greater understanding of what’s going on in their organisations, areas of responsibility and processes.