Some Basics on Social Psychology and Risk

A short article which provides some basics on social psychology and risk. http://www.safetyrisk.net/some-basics-on-social-psychology-risk/

It’s Knowing ‘Y’ That Matters

Dolphyn recently launched our new brand and website (www.dolphyn.com.au). This involved a change not only to our name, but also the focus of what we do, which is supporting people and organisations to better understand and deal with risk. We do this by developing and implementing programs where participants learn how people make decisions and […]

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Fiji Kids Annual Fundraiser – 11 October 2014

Fiji Kids – Learning for Life Dolphyn is proud to be associated with Julie and the team at Fiji Kids. Saturday 11 October marks the date for the Fiji Kids annual fundraising trivia evening. All proceeds go toward supporting kids in Fiji who would not otherwise be provided with an education which can change their […]

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I’m just not that into safety anymore

I have spoken with a number of Managers over the past few months who have argued with me that ‘safety’ in our workplaces means that we must do everything we can to control people so that they do not hurt themselves at work. These people have said to me, “we can’t let dangerous things go […]

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Safety Culture to go…… Delivering results now!

Organisations interested in cultural change need to think about, and understand their existing culture, then work hard over time to move toward a culture that they desire. Organisations can easily be seduced into ‘change programs’ that promise a lot in a short period of time, but fail to deliver because the organisation and its leaders […]

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I Wish I Thought of That (risk assessment methodology)

I was recently talking with someone in the childcare industry who shared their experiences about health and safety, in particular risk assessments. They were frustrated, so much paperwork, bureaucracy and time spent on a process that seemed to be all about covering backsides. I hear the same thing all the time, people frustrated with safety, […]