Prevention of Incidents VS Creating Safety

Prevention of Incidents VS Creating Safety

It’s a subtle but important difference. Prevention efforts focus on avoiding the negative. Creating Safety focuses on creating work which is done in a way that doesn’t take unnecessary risks and gets the job done.

Prevention relies on thinking that your experience/knowledge with past loss is important in predicting the future. It may NOT be. The one incident may never happen again. How much effort are you going to put into it to making sure what may never happen again never happens again? It could get very expensive.

Go to an airport security line and see “prevention” in action. Effective? Efficient? You decide…you’ll have time to think about it while your Grandmother takes off her shoes while you wait for your turn to put your belt in the plastic container.

Not all data is important:

Santa Brings You Safety for the Holiday Season (Available November – December Annually)


Santa Promo

Hard to think about the Holidays coming when the sun’s shining and the weather’s still fine…but if you want Al to bring his special brand of Holiday Season Safety to your Safety Meetings then you have to book early!

Alan D. Quilley as “Santa Al” brings his special brand of insight into safety excellence to your Holiday safety meetings. Mixing humor with practical and memorable messages to make safety personal and inspired. Don’t hesitate, the end of the year calendar fills up fast!

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Strengthening Management of Safety Barriers

by Carsten Busch & Beate Karlsen

The final part in the series – A most interesting view of managing barriers in the creation of safety!

Novemeber Safety Results Newsletter –

Safety Results Ltd. CRSP Examination Preparation Workshops

We have CRSP Examination Preparation Workshops available for booking on our site.
Currently available are:

Sarnia, from December 11 – 13, 2012

Sherwood Park, from January 25 – 27, 2013

Orlando (Kissimmee), Florida, from March 11- 13, 2013.
For more details and to register, please follow the link: