In this video, Ryan Roark discusses how AkzoNobel uses exposure recognition and response to effectively detect (and respond to) work exposures.
The only way to get to better performance—and a more strategic role in the organization—is to exceed the quality and depth of how we learn from events and other safety data.
Is quick action always appropriate? At times it proves crucial to do nothing more than “stand there” and determine a best course of action and the readiness to act.
Organizations that want to move towards a more comprehensive approach to safety, should ask these questions of their existing safety initiatives.
It’s the task of every safety leader to identify and understand their key “thinking exposures.” Raising awareness about them will help us make better decisions.
Here are three leadership actions that can help build organizational resilience in your organization.
Despite advances in process safety, major incidents continue to bring harm to people, the environment, and industry. This video discusses a new approach to catastrophic event prevention.
“Too busy” is an often stated reason why many of us fall short of owning our commitments. Here are six ways to increase safety commitment follow through.
It's easy to provide feedback. But does it always make an impact? Read this post and learn some tips for providing insightful effective feedback that goes beyond "nice job."
What sorts of behaviors should you see when all leaders are driving toward your inspirational (zero harm) safety vision? Here are some examples.
Discipline in Safety: What Works, What Doesn't, and How to Get It Right