By the mid 1980s the Fires Research Station that funded my studies of human\ud behaviour in fires decided that it had provided what was needed and that they\ud should not support me to do any further research. So I set about finding other ways\ud of developing that work. An opportunity was provided by the Insurance Technical\ud Bureau who wanted to measure the management contribution to risk in industrial\ud processes (Powell and Canter, 1985). This work did not survive the demise of that\ud bureau but it did open the door to British Steel, who were interested in ways of\ud assessing and ultimately improving the attitude of their workforce to safet
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