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Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Towards an OHS Manifesto that Enables KM

* Rod Welch <rowelch@attglobal.net> [011226 15:46]:
> [...] 
> In other words, when we assemble the record on a subject over long time spans,
> we are often surprised to discover how often certain things appear together that
> impart cause and effect, which seem wholly unrelated but for the process that
> produces the record.  Such insights involve huge savings of time and money,
> because oversight leads to crisis and calamity, which will later be attributed
> to Murphy's Law to excuse earlier decisions to avoid good management in hopes of
> saving the cost of "overkill."  
> [...]    (01)

Economically, the savings of time and money should also demonstratably
outwiegh the cost of oversight.  This may be another obstacle to
acceptance with KM solutions.  It's not easy to show this all the time.    (02)

-- Grant Bowman                                   <grantbow@svpal.org>    (03)