Wouldn’t it be better to celebrate not having to rescue miners?
I was watching the end of the rescue of the miners in Chile. Even the President of the country was involved. Everyone was celebrating the rescue.
I think it is great that everyone got out. It is the end of a major crisis. And when you solve a crisis, people celebrate.
But I have always thought … Shouldn’t we celebrate NOT having a crisis? Aren’t the real heros the people who prevent crisis from happening? I wonder when the President of Chile visited the mine without any accidents in the past ten years and held a celebration for their outstandingly safe performance?
Think about it…
Are you rewarding crisis management or rewarding proactive prevention of accidents?