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The Safety of Work

David Provan
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Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.


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Latest Episodes

You’ll hear David and Drew delve into the often overlooked role of bias in accident investigations. They explore the potential pitfalls of data collection, particularly confirmation bias, and discuss the impacts of other biases such as anchoring bias... more

11 days ago

The research paper discussed is by Anita Tucker and Sarah Singer, titled "The Effectiveness of Management by Walking Around: A Randomised Field Study," published in Production and Operations Management. more

a month ago

The paper reviewed in this episode is from the Journal of Applied Psychology entitled, “A meta-analysis of personality and workplace safety: Addressing unanswered questions” by Beus, J. M., Dhanani, L. Y., & McCord, M. A. (2015). more

2 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 137 ratings
  • Fantastic work gents

    Your podcast is one of the best. I have learnt so much from you two. It’s amazing how often I use the learnings from your PC in situations that have nothing to do with traditional safety. Ever leader of people should be tuning in!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia6 months ago
  • It’s an education

    I don’t work in safety or engineering, yet I find this podcast an education. I work in cybersecurity as a consultant and currently doing a masters. So I listen to this podcast to a) understand how some of the theories and practice could benefit cybersecurity, since safety is a much more mature discipline which I believe has faced similar challenges, and b) it is a useful resource for helping me with my own studies, reading and critiquing papers, how to conduct research, and how theory influences... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom8 months ago
  • Hints of Lib rubbish near the end. Lib academics - surprise!

    a year ago
  • Agreed. No need for Take-5. It's another low-hanging fruit for the organization to say, "see we're training our people." for the organization and for the employee, it's another box they simply have to check. Nothing's going to substitute great leadership and continued training.

    a year ago
  • A must listen for anyone in safety

    When I learned of this unique podcast that critically analyzes the practices in safety with evidence from peer reviewed literature, I was thrilled - there is a dearth of critical thinking in our era, and this podcast goes a long way to ensure that people know of the evidence (or lack thereof) behind what they do. A great addition to the field of safety podcasts.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago

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