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Adrian Pierorazio

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March 2020

It’s a common question and one that we usually ask lightly, but when we consider safety, it’s important for it to be asked because we need to consider what can go wrong in order to make things safe. So, what do we think about when we seek to answer that question? In 2014, I wrote an article for this publication about technical risk assessments in terms of math and numbers, which is fine for risk assessments done on a corporate or systematic level with data and analysts and the time to study the issue, but how does this apply to individuals on the floor, dealing with the hazards of daily operations? Sometimes, we just do not have the time or information to do all the logic and math, and yet we still make decisions that affect safety.

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