I know who did it!

June 4, 2017 

Some senior management around the world still insist on looking for someone to blame after an accident.

 Safety ProfessionalsI’m going to need a bit more to this root cause other than
“I know who did it!”

While human error plays a part in the majority of incidents, people are not generally stupid, lazy, forgetful or willfully negligent. Human errors occur because of three influencing factors associated with the work, individual, job and organisational. Therefore, any investigation which sets out just to find someone to blame is misguided.

When Witness interviewing always consider the following Seven “Rights”

Be sure you ask the…

Right people the…
Right questions at the…
Right time in the…
Right place in the…
Right way for the…
Right reason to uncover the…
Right facts…

Safety professionals – do you wish to be equipped with boldness, self-belief and a renewed confidence eager to engage and communicate the new ideas?

Dr. Lawrence recommends you to attend the following courses:

 

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