Our world is changing faster than many would have thought possible just a few decades ago. Increasing technological complication, integrated global economies, and significant demographic changes all combine to create ever more complex systems that are difficult to model and impossible to control. This podcast will review models and interventions from safety research, such as Safety-II, Resilience Engineering, High Reliability Organization Theory, and Safety, Differently, to provide attendees with a new repertoire of tools that are more suited for the complex organizations of today.
In this podcast, the speakers will present a case for leveraging the human relationships and information systems to gather leading indicators. We will examine complexity, drift, and weak signals. Then we will offer an approach that integrates social neuroscience, relationship psychology, managing the information environment through relational coordination, and the role of coaching in managing and influencing behavior.
To be a legitimate safety researcher one must meet certain standards of education and knowledge. However, to be a practitioner one only needs the gumption to call oneself a safety professional. This podcast will present a case for bridging the gap between research and practice to facilitate the adoption of the latest of safety science research into professional standards for credentialing and licensure.
This podcast highlights the importance for organizations to include leading safety indicators in their measurement systems. Topics include how to select safety measures that are both meaningful and motivational; Establishing an effective mix of leading and lagging indicators; and the use of Risk Assessment for determining safety priorities.
Join Scott Margolin in this informative podcast – packed with tried and tested solutions to help protect your workers against arc flash hazard in an industrial workplace.
Scott will examine causes and consequences of arc flash – with a special emphasis on historical data, real accidents, body burn injury and non-flame resistant vs Arc Rated, flame resistant clothing.
This podcast will present evidence from the social sciences on human behavior following disasters and emergencies, identifying the myths of panic, and presenting a new model for emergency and disaster planners to utilize to enhance life safety.
All leaders face challenges that intensify with each new hyper-competitive priority. The successful leader of tomorrow must become transformational to succeed. In this podcast, you will learn tools and techniques that can be immediately applied – transforming your value to the organization while helping you recognize sustainable step-change improvement in culture and performance.
Safety is more than just following rules and paying attention. It’s influenced by a host of factors, including culture, systems, leadership styles and economics – just to name a few. But perhaps one of the most significant differentiators of successful organizations in safety is the way safety is strategically managed.
As Shawn Galloway discusses in this free podcast, safety is not a standalone strategy within a business. It must be an integral part of the overall operational plan.
OSHA just recently issued its new and revised rules for workers in the electrical power industry. The Final Rule made important changes to the construction standards (29 CFR 1926) and the general industry standards (29 CFR 1910). Covering everything from contractors to de-energizing transmission and distribution lines, the changes in this final rule can have a major impact on your operations. In this important podcast, you’ll have the opportunity to go through the final rule from two experts from OSHA.
Join J.A. Rodriguez for this podcast and learn exactly how engaged employees can help their companies outperform their competitors, enjoy higher shareholder return, achieve higher customer satisfaction AND – ultimately celebrate lower injury rates.