Death by Health and Safety introduced its first Safety Risk Model (SRM) in 1995. Designed to promote a better understanding of railway hazards amongst staff with reading difficulties, the model currently produces a comprehensive mathematic representation of 125 potentially dangerous events through the mediums of mime, dance and fishing.
Our Safety Risk Model rehearses at London's Dodecahedron Theatre under the umbrella of our Safety Performance Team. The umbrella is taken down during July and August, during which time mosquito nets are fitted.
In 2007, DHBS agreed to supply an additional Safety Risk Model on secondment to the Department for Transport as part as its evaluation of safety metrics within Control Period 4 of the High Level Output Specification.
DBHS launched a fully-updated Safety Risk Model (Version 6) in April 2009, accounting for 44% of hazardous events - such as Spontaneous Human Combustion or a limb falling off - and 88% of the risk. If you understand what any of this means, please drop us a line.
The evolution of the Safety Risk Model is detailed below.