Storytelling can be a useful tool in teaching Engineering students about principles of Safety by Design, ISO 12100, and Safety Cube Theory. Safety Cube Theory formalizes that safety encompasses three main domains: The technical system, the human and the environment as well as their mutual interactions. The three domains and three respective interactions form the sides of the so called Safety Cube. 6 stories have been written, each of them representing one of the sides of the safety cube.
The first story: Capsizing Barges (Technical System) can be found here:
The story: Close Up (Human) can be found here:
The story: Rolling Stones (Environment) can be found here:
The story: Uncontrollable Monster (System-Environment) can be found here:
The story: Burning Piper (Human-System) can be found here:
The story: Jammed Runway (Human-Environment) can be found here:
M. R. Nejad, “Safety By Design ,” in Safety By Design: En-
gineering Products and Systems. pp. 114–115.
M. R. Nejad, Six Sides of the Safety Cube.