Helping Us Understand Who We Protect (A Book Recommendation)

Keeping workers safe is an ever-changing mix of technical know-how and psychology. It’s the psychology element that many times proves to be the most vexing. This is especially true in root cause investigations when the line of questioning inevitably veers towards “What was that employee thinking?”, “Why did he/she do that?”, and “Were they actually trying to get hurt?”. Given this, it stands to reason that employee psychology is central to a number of popular safety philosophies including human and organizational performance (HOP) and behavioral based safety (BBS). Employee psychology is also crucial to the success or failure of safety incentive programs and safety discipline programs. Havin

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