Mistakes are a perennial fact of human life; for this reason, the majority of safety efforts to date have set about minimising the effects of injury-causing errors. This has worked – but within limits. Day-to-day injuries still occur that are both painful and costly.
In the article linked below, readers can learn about injury prevention from a sharply contrasting perspective: quashing injury-causing errors before they can occur. To err may indeed be human, but this does not mean we should resign ourselves to the inevitability of sprained wrists or damaged equipment: there are techniques and skills that can reduce injury-causing errors to a minimum.
“Unlocking the Code of Human Error”: details
- Writer: Larry Wilson
- File type: PDF file
- Length: Four pages
- Size: 365 kb