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It's tricky to compare your safety culture performance with other organisations and it's a matter many practitioners like you struggle with, as I found out in our recent breakfast webinar on benchmarking. Plus it’s not as straightforward as comparing yourself to other organisations, even in the same...

You might remember my post about the Accident Ratio Triangle and why I thought it was helpful to look at the bottom of the triangle and therefore prevent more serious or tragic consequences at the top. I'd like to take this further because there are situations...

“Do you want to get hurt while you are at work?” “No, of course not!” I’ve asked thousands of people this very question at hundreds of workshops and always get this same response. It’s why achieving a safe workplace is so easy; we all want the same...

I’ve seen some debate recently about the validity of Heinrich’s accident ratio triangle, sparked off by Tom Krause of BST. His paper, published last year, called into question the relationship between minor and serious injuries. [caption id="attachment_468" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Accident ratio triangle"][/caption] I was left feeling a...