PODCAST

Safety Frontiers - the PODCAST

Join us at the leading edge of safety

Join us as we explore new ways of thinking about safety using different approaches to make systems more effective, strengthen safety culture, and take a deep dive into the discoveries and insights gained from neurobiology and brain research over the last 5 years.

Ep 3. What's Next in Safety?
00:00 / 24:01
Ep 2. The Evolution of Safety So Far
00:00 / 21:08
Ep 1. Using Science in Safety
00:00 / 24:20

Ep 4. The Brain Science of Inattention

In the studio now

The Safety Frontiers Podcast

is brought to life by:

Cristian Sylvestre

HabitSafe Pty Ltd

David Pope

Pope HSE Pty Ltd

So many myths about safety...
so little hard evidence

Much of what is “new” in safety has not been proven to make any difference to safety performance, some of it possibly making it worse.

 

Our aim is to use legitimate science to explore ways to help improve safety and move beyond just:


•    Fixing the environment
•    Improving the system, or,
•    Making safety more conscious.


These three approaches helped us improve safety and brought us to where we are today, but they are struggling to help us improve further.

 

Our focus is to explore novel ways of thinking about safety: using different approaches to make systems more effective, strengthen safety culture, and take a deep dive into the discoveries and insights gained from neurobiology and brain research over the last 5 years. 

 

This will be new information to many.

 

We know disruptive thinking challenges long-held beliefs and accepted norms. As such, it could be confronting for some. However, significant improvements tend to come from new perspectives and that is what we are interested in.

 

We do not advocate one approach over another, we just explore new safety frontiers to ensure that we are using everything available to help people with safety.

If you have a suggestion for a future discussion topic, let us know via our Contact us page.

So, you think you're doing all you can for safety?

We can show you how to help your people upgrade their skills and habits to safer ones.

HabitSafe Pty Ltd

Safety Training and Incident Prevention

Unit 8, 53-55 Governor Macquarie Drive

Chipping Norton, NSW 2170

 

Phone: +61 2 9724 0008

Email: info@habitsafe.com.au

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