Safety Changemaker: Season Two – Rosa Carrillo with Edgar Schein and Sidney Dekker

In this episode, Rosa Antonia Carrillo is joined by friends Ed Schein and Sidney Dekker to address questions from EHS Professional members regarding “Safety Culture”. We kick off the discussion by asking: How useful is the concept of “Safety Culture” for accident and disaster prevention?

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    1. The Win, Win, Win strategy of a “No Blame Safety Culture” within the construction industry liberates employees; gives them the freedom to report close calls and near-miss events which have a real effect on health and safety. For Example, No one wants to be blamed for a work-related injury or illness, and no one wants to get a friend in trouble for a small cut. This type of gap creates a knowledge barrier that affects the reporting of near miss events. Thus safety practitioners must incorporate a Near Mill Reporting System. For Example Caterpillars R.E.P.O.R.T. IT Near Miss Reporting system is wildly successful. It’s that magical moment that every Safety Practitioner lives for “Ownership of the Safety Culture”.

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  2. If safety Practitioners we ask “who” that term would suggest blamed, and who wants to get blame for a work-related Injury or illness. it’s not magic it’s behavior science.

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