- Presentation at Culture of Prevention Symposium in Helsinki
- Workplace Health Without Borders video
- Our presentation on Behavioural Economics at the Institute for Work and Health Symposium on Financial Incentives
- Whose safety culture is it anyway?
- Motivating Health and Safety – is it all about money?
Author Archives: Marianne Levitsky
Many thanks to the wonderful organizers of the International Symposium on a Culture of Prevention in Helsinki. As I could not be there in person, they set up a Skype link so I could give my presentation. The slides are … Continue reading
Workplace Health Without Borders is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to preventing occupational disease worldwide. Please learn more through this video and our web site www.whwb.org
Our presentation on Behavioural Economics at the Institute for Work and Health Symposium on Financial Incentives
Congratulations to the Institute for Work and Health on their very successful Symposium on Financial Incentives. Below are links to view or download the slides for our talk on what we can learn about prevention incentives from behavioural economics. Version … Continue reading
Safety culture can be described as the constellation of shared values, attitudes and beliefs that influence health and safety practice in a workplace. But definitions and perspectives on safety culture abound to the point of hopeless confusion. The worst, in … Continue reading
Back when I was a public employee working on promoting health and safety, a truth we took to be self-evident (and evidence-based nonetheless) was that success in workplace health and safety must start with the commitment of management at the … Continue reading