Have you ever had crazy thoughts, that you try and push out of your mind, but keep coming back?
Like, ‘why don’t we throw an entire idea, methodology and industry out, and do something different’?
Well you are not alone! I describe today’s guest on the podcast as crazy – in a good way.
Listen in as Gordon Bedford mounts the case to relegate risk to the history books, and replace it with something much more effective, much more human:
3:05 Gordon’s crazy idea
7:12 Raging against likelihood & ‘acceptable risk’
9:04 Risk Fail #1: Fukishima
8:58 Vulnerability vs risk
18:11 Risk Fail #2: Benign risk leads to massacre
19:22 Learning from benign risk but highly vulnerable
21:09 6 people dead, but the risk assessment was right?
27:35 How does vulnerability work in more familiar contexts?
28:53 Road safety already uses vulnerability
Once you’ve listened to PART 1, head over and listen to PART 2 of this interview, when Gordon unpacks some his idea with some practical examples.
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