This is a blog about aspects of safety from the Centre of Excellence in Public Safety Management (CESAM). It is intended to act as an introduction to the Centre’s work; to promote and foster the professional development and management of public safety organisations, and to give CESAM members a platform to share their observations and experiences as academics and citizens.
If you have no access to banking, how can you comply with anti-money laundering regulations?
How learning Arabic can become a powerful counterconditioning against a fear oriented discourse.
Expecting the unexpected: efforts for more safety could result in unsafety.
Complaints from hospital employees can reveal failures in safety and quality of care.
How about considering safety when discussing happiness of the citizens?
Total safety is total nonsense. But can a happiness lens help us to recognise optimal safety?
The perception of risk and its consequences might be holding us back.
Safety has a role to play in the consistently good happiness ranking for the Netherlands.