As safety practitioners we often struggle with how to interpret and apply safety research into our environments, how to truly engage our workers, and how to positively influence our safety culture.
This session shows how shifting focus from safety culture to developing a learning culture may provide a better pathway.
We show how realigning our investigation processes to Learning Reviews is moving us away from assumptions of human error and blame and is developing a new language and shared understanding toward a safety differently approach.
Since people create safety, we show how we engage the front line to identify what works and what doesn’t, using focus groups and influence mapping as a guide to the creation of cultural interventions.
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