Guide to incident reduction and analysis for safety practitioners informs to assist safety practitioners about the safety arena, and also guides you to finding solutions by promoting and advising you where to look to find the solution by asking a series of questions.
The book helps the new safety practitioner identify problems, not to solve them for you but you need to do it for yourself. It is to get you thinking about alternatives and question what you are doing through self-analysis.Read more ...
During risk analysis, one should take into consideration the human element as humans are unpredictable in their actions. Written risk assessment shows the risk that is present at the time of assessment. In mental risk assessment, the safety practitioner predicts risk and type of control required to lessen the risk for future, using What If scenario.
This book teaches us to take into consideration the human element by mitigating risk to zero. It is always better to know and control a present risk that to think to eliminate it only to create another that is unidentified and thus unable to be controlled. What–if factor helps diminishing the overall risk factor.