Workshop Title Process Safety Culture
This workshop is non industry-specific. All high-risk industries will benefit!  

There is a high potential for catastrophic failures in the complex, sociotechnical, and highly dynamic processes of high-risk industries. Yet, catastrophes are avoided on a daily basis due to processes and procedures working correctly. And even when errors do occur, the likelihood of a catastrophic failure due to cascading errors is extremely remote. However, when cascading errors do occur, with little or no mitigation, the probability of a catastrophic event becomes more likely. Catastrophes are typically the end stage of a series of failures that may have been latent in the system for a long period of time, perhaps years. In many cases, accident precursors can be traced all the way back to poor management decisions at the highest levels of the organization.

A strong safety culture is an absolute necessity for high-risk industries. This includes the incorporation of a Just Culture. Without a good culture, organizations will struggle to obtain resilience to adverse events, possibly leading to a catastrophic accident; an accident that could have easily been prevented. This workshop provides the attendee with the necessary knowledge to build and/or reinforce a strong safety culture within their organization.

Upon completion of the workshop, the attendee will be able to:

  • Describe Safety Culture
  • Define an "Organizational Accident"
  • Build a High-Reliability Organization (HRO)
  • Conduct Risk Analysis and Mitigation Activities 
  • Measure Safety Culture
  • Build a strong(er) Safety Culture Within Their Own Organization 
Who Should Attend Upper/middle management, safety/quality manager, or any person interested in increasing their knowledge of Safety Culture.
Duration 8.0 hrs. (1 day)
Time 8:00am-5:00pm (includes a one hour break for lunch)
  • Course Slides
  • Handouts
  • Certificate of Training
  • Introduction to Safety Culture
  • High-Reliability Organization (HRO)
  • What Could Possibly go Wrong?
  • Case Study 1: Aviation
  • Case Study 2: Nuclear
  • Case Study 3: Oil Rig
  • Case Study 4: Oil Rig
  • Safety Risk Management
  • Measuring Safety Culture
  • Summary/Takeaways
  • Q & A
Workshop Location This workshop is conducted at customer facilities worldwide. Large groups are encouraged. Flat-fee pricing! 
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