I always separate the books I have yet to read from those I have read, or else I lose track and can miss important books. Below is a list of those books in the hope that subscribers could tell me which they found to be useful and important if they have read any of them.
I have provided links to the books, usually publishers’ pages or reviews if you are interested, and check for special offers. Not all the books are new but new to me.
- Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace: A Practical Guide for Employers and Employees
- Next Generation Safety Leadership, From Compliance to Care
- Post Capitalist Desire
- On Failure
- Practical Guide to Safety Leadership
- Preventing Industrial Accidents – Reappraising H. W. Heinrich – More than Triangles and Dominoes
- The Green New Deal and the Future of Work
- Power at Work – Rebuilding the Australian Union Movement
- When McKinsey Comes to Town
- Care and Capitalism
- A World Without Email – Reimagining Work in the Age of Overload
- 21st Century Workforces and Workplaces – The Challenges and Opportunities for Future Work Practices and Labour Markets
- Destructive Leadership in the Workplace and its Consequences – Translating theory and research into evidence-based practice
- The 99 Percent Economy – How Democratic Socialism Can Overcome the Crises of Capitalism
- Understanding Exploitation in Consensual Sex Work to Inform Occupational Health & Safety Regulation
- Occupational Risk Control – Predicting and Preventing the Unwanted
5 thoughts on “Unread books on safety and work”
Thanks for referencing my work. I have just re-read your reviews of “Sacrificing Safety” and “Organising for Safety”. I’m so gratified that you really get it! – that in an organisational context, structure creates culture.
I am still to read your latest on CEOs. It will be on my next list.
Thanks for reading and Merry Christmas
The only one I’ve read is Next Generation Safety Leadership by Clive Lloyd. You might recall the review in Safeguard magazine a while back. It’s good!
A lot of people rave about Lloyd’s book on LinkedIn. Given it’s one of the thinnest on my list, I’ll pop it in my holiday suitcase along with the Batman comics.
Batman, Bateman, it’s all so confusing.