As a safety professional, you want to know about the world around you. But that begs the question--what DO you know about the world around you, how do you know that, and how can you apply all of this to helping create safer, healthier workplaces for everyone in your organization.
We recently met Nick Travaglini while listening to him discussing the intersections between philosophy and occupational safety at one of the GREAT online learning experiences that Ron Gantt has been hosting since the COVID-19 pandemic began. In three consecutive talks, he discussed a chronology of knowledge, if you will, in western civilization by discussing three works:
Give the video below a listen and see what you think. We talk about lots of stuff of interest to safety professionals, including root-cause analysis and how to use diversity to get better opinions and ideas. Before you do, download the guide to the "new view" of safety, including HOP, Safety Differently, Safety-II, and Resilience Engineering, which intrigues Nick.
We've also included some links below to things that came up during the discussion:
And download our free guide below, too.