Why 'zero harm' is not enough

New thinking on workplace safety sees mineral workers not as the problem, but problem solvers. We need to move on from unachievable targets and engage our people in a more positive, less prescriptive way, argues Kevin Furniss

by Kevin Furniss
First-aid training is an important part of safety policy, but enabling people to think and act for themselves to prevent incidents makes for a safer woekplace. Photo: Maersk Training/Doug Pittman
First-aid training is an important part of safety policy, but enabling people to think and act for themselves to prevent incidents makes for a safer woekplace. Photo: Maersk Training/Doug Pittman

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