People involved in setting up Safety Management Systems often come from a technical background. As a beginning Safety Practitioner myself, I was a typical technical person with a voracious appetite for all kinds of technical information. In this post I’d like to argue that, to be effective as a safety manager or practitioner, you have.. read more →
Jan is an experienced safety risk management practitioner who ran Safety departments at small and medium airlines. He offers clients comprehensive expertise across most areas of aviation safety management, with a focus on the development on advanced coaching techniques to get the best out of people.
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- 16 May 2018Why do Safety Management Systems fail? I saw this question on Quora.com. Good question! Complex answer 🙂 I started writing and it became pretty long so...
- 19 Nov 2017Our (mis)understanding of complexity in Safety: it´s not complicated it´s complex!I am developing my ideas around complexity to involve it more in my Safety Management courses, I think it is a neglected topic. Understandin...
- 28 Feb 2017Complexity and decision making: Is SMS enough? [EBASCON 2017]This post is meant as a resource page for a talk I gave at EBASCON 2017 in Munich. I will include links to sources and other posts which exp...