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Title: Safety Culture - ?


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Safety Culture - ?
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Safety Culture - ? (Changing Towards a Safety
Management System)
  • CSS 2005 Universal City
  • Presented by Elaine Parker
  • Executive member Canadian Society
  • of Air Safety Investigators
  • President, Beyond Risk Management Ltd.

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Safety Culture - ?
safety
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Safety Culture - ?
safety
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Safety Culture - ?
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security
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Safety Culture - ?
safety
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Everything
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Company Culture
Changing Towards a Safety Management System
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What IS Safety?
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Websters New World Dictionary
  • The condition or quality of freedom from danger,
    injury or damage.

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Websters New World Dictionary
  • The condition or quality of freedom from danger,
    injury or damage.

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Define
  • Safety
  • Hazard
  • Risk
  • Acceptable Risk
  • Risk Management

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Websters New World Dictionary
  • A peril, danger or jeopardy

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Define
  • Safety
  • Hazard
  • Risk
  • Acceptable Risk
  • Risk Management

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Websters New World Dictionary
  • To expose to the chance of injury, damage, or loss

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Define
  • Safety
  • Hazard
  • Risk
  • Acceptable Risk
  • Risk Management

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Between 100 and 300 people are killed each year
in the United States and another 1,500 are injured
  • What is cause?

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Between 100 and 300 people are killed each year
in the United States and another 1,500 are injured
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Between 100 and 300 people are killed each year
in the United States and another 1,500 are injured
  • It is estimated that at any given time, 2,000
    thunderstorms are occurring on earth and that
    lightning strikes the ground about 100 times per
    second.
  • A recent study found that lightning deaths may be
    underreported by as much as 30 .
  • About 20 of people who are struck by lightning
    are killed - most survive! The chances of anyone
    being struck by lightning is 1 in 600,000.

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Ways to assess Acceptable Risk
  • Risk assessment grids/Matrixes
  • Severity vs. Probability

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Risk exercise (need)
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Define
  • Safety
  • Hazard
  • Risk
  • Acceptable Risk
  • Risk Management

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Risk Management
  • To weigh the cost of reduction of the risk
    against the cost of leaving the risk untouched
  • To give consideration to the risks which are most
    likely influenced in a positive way by spending
    resources (money and time) on them

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H. W. Heinrich
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1930s thinking good or bad?
  • Unsafe acts
  • Vs
  • Unsafe conditions

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Links in a chain
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S.H.E.L.L.
  • Cant just find THE scapegoat
  • Must look in all areas
  • Must find multiple solutions/fixes

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Dominos
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Moving Beyond Risk Management to a Total Safety
Culture 
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Websters New World Dictionary
  • The growth of bacteria, micro organisms, or cells
    in a specially prepared fluid or solid.

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Websters New World Dictionary
  • The ideas, customs, skills, arts, etc. of a
    people or group in a particular period of an
    organization or civilization .

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Cognitive definition of culture
  • Rules and categories of meaning and action that
    are used by individuals to both interpret and
    generate appropriate behavior
  • A system of meaning, a subculture to the human
    experience, which one must be involved in to
    develop an adequate explanation of what is
    observed

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Culture
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Culture
  • More than just appearances

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Ask yourself
  • What type of pilot do I most want to fly
  • What type of engineer do I most want to work on
    that plane
  • What type of flight attendant do I most want when
    the aircraft is on fire
  • What type of dispatcher do I want planning the
    trip
  • What type of manager do I want to work for

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In small ways every day
  • What will you walk by?
  • What will you participate in?
  • What will you instigate?
  • What does Safety mean to you?

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YOU have power
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Is Zero Accidents Impossible?
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Were all in this together
  • jl

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Moving Beyond Risk Management to a Total Safety
Culture 
training
safety
Everything
security
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