HabitSafe uses what brain science tells us
about being human to improve safety
Neuroscience estimates that more than 90% of what we do is subconscious. HabitSafe helps organisations appreciate the large role played by inattention in incidents. If people understand (without blame or fault) how unintentional mistakes are made and how these can be minimised, they comply more, make “safer” choices and contribute to a positive safety culture. This all helps to improve safety performance significantly. Visit website.
Cristian’s 25-year safety career started in chemical manufacturing and then moved
to the oil and gas industry.
In this heavy processing environment, he quickly learned that there are different
types of safety and different ways to think about each one.
As a professional chemical engineer and having completed a Masters, he is trained
to analyse complex problems and to use evidence-based science to deliver the
simplest solutions that achieve positive safety outcomes.
His main field of interest is minimising inattention, something that is in play in 95% of
incidents and traditional safety has largely ignored.
He got interested in brain science about 15 years ago and wrote a book “Third
Generation Safety: The Missing Piece – Using Neuroscience to Enable Personal
Safety” to help people understand how inattention comes about and what we can be
done about it.