SAFETY MANAGEMENT SKILLS COACHINGA course that helps you as a Safety Manager to develop the skills you need to influence Safety decision making, improve behaviours and become more pro-active.
Managing the risk of organisational accidents – James ReasonThis is the book which launched the so-called "Swiss Cheese" model of safety. Another oft quoted model is that of the "Safety Space". Although this book is already quite old, much of it still applies and it is worth (re)-reading.
The field guide to understanding Human Error – Sidney DekkerAll too often we still see accident reports which have a conclusion of "Human Error" which reveals us exactly nothing. The basic idea of the book is "Human error is where a investigation should start, not where it should end".
Human Error – James ReasonModern technology has now reached a point where improved safety can only be achieved through a better understanding of human error mechanisms. In its treatment of major accidents, the book spans the disciplinary gulf between psychological theory and those concerned with maintaining the reliabiblity of hazardous technologies. Much of the theoretical structure is new and original, and of particular importance is the identification of cognitive processes common to a wide variety of error types.
The failure of risk management – Douglas W. HubbardThe Failure of Risk Management, by Douglas Hubbard takes a close look at misused and misapplied basic analysis methods and shows how some of the most popular “risk management” methods are no better than astrology! Using examples from the 2008 credit crisis, natural disasters, outsourcing to China, engineering disasters, and more.
SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORSSetting the right Safety Performance Indicators remains a challenge for many organisations. The S/R/M coaching process can help to discover the needs of the organisation and set SPI's accordingly.
ARMS COACHINGThe Aviation Risk Management Solutions have become widely in aviation risk assessment. Jan is one of the original contributors to the method and has successfully led workshops which clarified ARMS and helped to integrate it with other SMS tools.
Refresher course of Safety Management SystemsThis online course is meant as a quick overview for aviation managers and safety professionals about basic concepts and philosophy of SMS.
SAFETY ANALYSISA safety analysis coaching session can help to clarify and to define a strategy to convert raw safety data into useful information and operational knowledge. Contact us for more info.
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- 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 li...
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- 16 May 2018Why do Safety Management Systems fail?
- 19 Nov 2017Our (mis)understanding of complexity in Safety: it´s not complicated it´s complex!
- 28 Feb 2017Complexity and decision making: Is SMS enough? [EBASCON 2017]
- 19 Dec 2016Is SMS enough? Complexity thinking and taking action…
- 28 Jun 2016How effective are our efforts to manage fatigue risk in aviation maintenance?