• Peter Bateman
    269
    In the Nov/Dec edition of Safeguard magazine we pose three questions based on stories in the magazine. One of them is this:

    The NZDF/Aeropath effort to get Flight Adviser up and running is an example of having a new idea and swiftly developing a simple prototype to test it.
    Tell us about your best effort at quietly trialling a new idea or process – how did it work out? What did you learn?


    Feel free to respond here on the Forum, or privately here via a Survey Monkey form.

    An edited selection of responses will be published in the Jan/Feb edition, but with no names attached. One randomly selected person will receive a prize, namely a copy of the book There Are No Accidents, by Jessie Singer.
  • Muhammad Hafidz
    6
    We went paperless by using a Health & Safety app for Daily risk assessment. Went from signing JSA/SWMS mindlessly to answering risk assessment questions on site and include photographic evidence of wearing PPE, cordon of areas, evacuation points acknowledged etc.

    Needless to say the old school guys are very against it giving reasons that techy mobile phone apps are difficult to use etc. Takes two years to get everyone settled down and accept the change.
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