Monthly Archives: February 2011

Accident & injury stats – Almost fear mongering with pretty ordinary stats

In the Hearld Sun on Monday 14 February, there was an article about the number of kids experiencing ‘serious’ accidents in playgrounds. The article mentioned Monash University Accident Research Centre study results, and a few numbers dance around the text: … Continue reading

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What does risk really mean for the education industry?

I was very privileged to have a short article printed online in the Curriculum Leadership Journal, a journal for people working in education in Australia and New Zealand (http://www.curriculum.edu.au/leader/). It got me thinking: What does risk management really mean for … Continue reading

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