Rob Haggetts, a Sydney doctor, believes that by putting his name and qualifications on his hat, he is leading a new global approach to safety during medical care. This practice was found to be especially helpful in the operating room, where medical staff are all masked and dressed almost identically to avoid confusion. Rob, with this written on his hat, and at first, -"You don't name yourself, do you?" However, after 6 months, other hospitals began to realize the benefits of this idea, and the whole world began to accept it. It is concluded that this small idea is useful for preventing loss of time during surgery, as well as for inexperienced and intern students to mistakenly assign tasks, make mistakes, call each other on time, and consult, so as not to lose golden time related to human life.