- Safety Culture & Climate Paper
- The 5 A’s of Safety
- Zero Harm Paper
- Putting a SCARF on Safety Culture – Proactive Actions
- Smart Ways to Thrive – Guidelines on Developing a Positive Safety Culture
- Improved Terminology and Language for Risk & Opportunity Conversations ROC Talk
- A New Version of the Hierarchy of Risk Controls
- HSEQ facilitator’s guide – How to lead a workplace Risk Assessment Process
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Presentations & Conference Papers
Elliott, V., & Horrigan, K. (2015). Neuroscience: The brains behind behaviour based safety. 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA, Melbourne 9-14 August 2015.
Elliott, V. (2015). Social Neuroscience: The Brains behind Positive Safety Culture. Manuscript.
Elliott, V., & Horrigan, L. (2015). Social neuroscience in safety: Toward a positive safety culture. Risk Engineering Society, Brisbane 24 February 2015.
Horrigan, K., Whiting, J., & Elliott, V. (2015). Why make a distinction between ‘Process Safety’ and ‘Personal Safety’? Australian System Safety Conference, Brisbane 27-29 May 2015.
Whiting, J.F. (2019). Safety Risk Assessments are Pre-Accident Investigations APOSHO34 Guiyang September 2019
Whiting, J.F. (2019). How to be an effective ROBT – a Risk & Opportunity Based Thinker ASSP PDC Safety 2019, New Orleans, S # 7015
Whiting, J.F. (2018). So you want to become a ROBT– a Risk & Opportunity Based Thinker? APOSHO33 Hong Kong November 2018
Whiting, JF, (2017) Risk Management in Safety by Design, Risk Engineering Society Brisbane November 2017
Whiting, J, (2017) A New Version of the Hierarchy of Risk Control APOSHO32 Singapore September 2017
Whiting, J, et al (2016) Cultivating Risk Based Thinking RBT, QUALCON 2016, Sydney July 2016
Whiting, J (2016) Clarifying Common Misuses of Risk Terminology & Language Risk 2016 Sydney June 2016
Whiting, J., & Elliott, V. (2015). Relationship Based Safety: RBS can move your safety program beyond BBS. Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference, Townsville 16-18 August 2015.
Whiting, J.F, Horrigan, L., Elliott, V.M., & Horrigan, H. (2014). Antidotes for Safety Culture Carcinogens, SIA Visions Conference Gold Coast November 2014.
Whiting, J.F. (2015). Risk Assessments in all safety processes are required to move programs beyond BBS Behaviour Based Safety. ASSE PDC Safety 2015, Dallas, Session # 571.
Whiting, J.F. (2014). HSE facilitator’s guide – How to lead a workplace Risk Assessment Process. ASSE PDC Safety 2014, Orlando, Session # 687.
Whiting, J.F. (2013). Effective risk assessment in TA, JHA, JSA, JSEA, WMS, TAKE 5, and incident investigation. ASSE PDC Safety 2013, Las Vegas, Session # 612.
Whiting, J.F. (2012). Using ANSI/ASSE Z690.2-2011 (ISO31000) to assess the maturity and adequacy of your risk management system. ASSE PDC Safety 2012, Denver, Session # 662.
Whiting, J.F. (2011). How to make Matrix Methods of risk analysis more effective and accurate. ASSE PDC Safety 2011, Chicago, Session # 613.
Whiting, J.F. (2010). The significance and impact of new International Risk Management Standards. ASSE PDC Safety 2010, Baltimore, Session # 712.
Whiting, J.F. (2002). The missing element of Behaviour-based programs – Calculating and evaluating safety and health risk. ASSE PDC Safety 2002, Nashville.
Whiting, J.F. (2001). Risk tolerability framework – Developing and implementing a practical workable framework for your workplace. ASSE PDC Safety 2001, Anaheim.
Whiting, J.F. (1999). The Development of International Standards for OHSMS: Why should industry be apprehensive? ASSE PDC Safety 1999, Baltimore, Session # 931.