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October 31, 2019

For those of you who read my previous article you will be familiar with Zoey, our 5 year old daughter. It seems that she is becoming my inspiration and the common theme to all my discussions around ‘everything investigation’. So, here she is again demonstrating with a...

October 7, 2019

As part of my Coaching business, I recently had the privilege of working with the team at Safety Wise and their CEO Luke Dam to create content designed to assist incident investigation and safety professionals with managing the high level of stress involved in their vi...

April 15, 2019

What Are Investigation Coaching Services? 

The purpose of working with an investigation coach is to maximise both your own potential and your team's potential.

Traditionally, we've facilitated many investigations however in an effort to empower our clients to make positi...

February 13, 2019

Historically incident investigations have been seen as reactive in nature. We failed to prevent an adverse outcome and so we investigate to try to understand where things went wrong, what happened and more importantly why it happened so that we can try to prevent it fr...

February 5, 2019

So, the conversation normally starts like this: ‘So Geoff, what do you do with yourself?’

My normal response is that I work 80% of my time as an aviation consultant, about 15% of my time teaching investigation techniques and 5% of my time working as a contracted, indep...

January 7, 2019

 
The ripples of an accident
Spread further out day by day,
The impact never forgotten
The grief never far away.

Losses are measured in numbers 
But don’t forget each had a name,
They were people with a full life 
Each one unique and not the same.
 
The ripples of the a...

December 12, 2018

 Introduction

Have you ever thought when your manager asked you to be part of an investigation team; “Why was I assigned to this investigation? … I don’t have any technical knowledge about this stuff!!!”

A common scenario in the workplace is:

You have just been informed b...

November 12, 2018

As usual the phone call comes in on Friday afternoon – ‘Can you help with an investigation in Mt Isa?’

‘When?’

‘They want you yesterday. Can you ring the contact now to organise the trip?’

So I ring the contact who is an inexperienced Safety Coordinator on a small site. T...

October 16, 2018

The words of Spanish born, American philosopher George Santayana - “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it” - resonated in my mind as I was called to a site who had just had a repeat incident involving a heavy vehicle tyre explosion. The first inc...

October 2, 2018

“Red herrings” – the bane of any incident investigator’s life. The evidence that misleads or distracts us from the relevant facts and issues. All Investigators need to be wary that they are not led towards a false conclusion by these common, but potentially very damagi...

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