Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 4

These sets of posts started with the idea that a safety system has both behaviors and programs. The idea is to categorize what a system would look like if either were high or low. At the same time, I was in a developmental psychology course and started to see how there were similarities in theContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 4”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 3

So far, I spent two postings just leading up to the actual chart that creates this entire series of posts. The purpose of these sets of posts is to look at the characteristics of parenting versus safety and how those two are interrelated. I will openly admit that I was conducting a one man thinkContinue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 3”

Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 2

As discussed in Part 1 of this theme of posts, I started thinking/daydreaming about how to quantify behaviors and programs as they relate to safety. I had previously been interested in the typology of parenting just for personal interest. One morning while making the morning commute, the two began to merge and take some shape.Continue reading “Typologies of Safe Behaviors and Safety Programs – Part 2”