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Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.
To frame our discussion, we use the papers. Motivating the Workforce and The Demotivating Effect (and Unintended Message) of Awards.Tune in to hear our discussion about whether prizes encourage further safety or are just a silly pat-on-the-back.
Are prizes a marketing exercise or encouraging actual safety?What is the motivation behind your organization’s awards for safety?Behavioral economicsIndustries that often have safety awards.When celebrating safety takes away from practicing safety.Can attendance awards motivate students?The signaling effect.Quotes:
“It’s definitely the case that some of these site visits are almost like information exchange…”
“Some of our brightest researchers got diverted from research to prepare the awards nominations, to show how good the department was at gender equity.”
“In this second study, they were testing specifically this idea that the award tells people what the school expects of them.”
Tait, R., & Walker, D. (2000). Motivating the workforce: the value of external health and safety awards. Journal of Safety Research, 31(4), 243-251.
Robinson, C. D., Gallus, J., Lee, M. G., & Rogers, T. (2019). The demotivating effect (and unintended message) of awards. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
A podcast about scary things and how to stop them happening.
In this episode we discuss the Mt Erebus disaster. What could cause pilots to fly a perfectly working plane into the side of a mountain in clear weather?
What could cause a respectable judge to accuse a respectable airline of an “orchestrated litany of lies” to conceal what really happened?
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Craig Thornton talking about QHAC