Articles by James E. Leemann Ph.D.

SYSTEMS THINKING: Strategies for safety & health

By James E. Leemann Ph.D.
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Failure to integrate individualistic thinking into our safety messes eliminates the benefit of disagreement and serious debate, which may constrict our options to dissolve safety messes.
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SYSTEMS THINKING: Safety & health worst practices

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Remember, for every best practice there is an equally opposite worst practice.
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SYSTEMS THINKING: Is there safety in sustainability?

By James E. Leemann Ph.D.
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To play in the sustainability game, we need to break away from the impression that all we do is inspect, monitor, police or react.
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SYSTEMS THINKING: Is there safety in sustainability?

By James E. Leemann Ph.D.
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If hooking safety and health initiatives to the company’s “Green Wave Bandwagon” gains attention and financial support — why not?
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How to sweep away a safety mess

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When we are confronted with a safety or health problem, we select one of four ways to deal with the problem, or mess: resolution, solution, absolution or dissolution.
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