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Hot take: Remove the word "cause" from your incident and accident reports, at least until you have read books on the philosophy of causation.
Hot take 2: Remove all modifiers such as 'poor', 'inadequate', 'mis-', etc from your investigation taxonomies. Note how you can now use the codes for all work situations. ✨
Hot take 3: For safety investigations, focus on what happened, how things happened, and why things happened in the way that they happened. Local rationality, not shoulda-woulda-couldas.
👍👋 @PipCassford
Hot take 4: Remember that knowledge of outcome influences evaluation of performance. Talk with others, who know nothing about the outcome, about performance under consideration in a safety investigation/review. Extraordinary outcomes are usually preceded by ordinary performance.
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