Past Event Videos

A collection of video recordings of our past events, workshops, and interviews with world renowned experts in safety and risk.

Part 5 - Is Just Culture desirable for learning?

This is the fifth of six sessions on learning explore the relationship between just culture and learning with a panel of internationally renowned experts in safety and human factors. The purpose of this session is to explore the different perspective on just culture and learning and to understand those differences from a legal, operational, and research perspective.

Panellists: Nippin Anand, Kym Bancroft, Daniel Hummerdal, Jay Banerjee, Clive Lloyd

Part 4 - Is Just Culture desirable for learning?

This is the fourth of six sessions on learning explore the relationship between just culture and learning with a panel of internationally renowned experts in safety and human factors. The purpose of this session is to explore the different perspective on just culture and learning and to understand those differences from a legal, operational, and research perspective.

Panellists: Nippin Anand, Steven Shorrock, Rosa Carrillo, Carsten Busch, Tanya Hewitt

Part 3 - Is Just Culture desirable for learning?

This is the third of six sessions on learning explore the relationship between just culture and learning with a panel of internationally renowned experts in safety and human factors. The purpose of this session is to explore the different perspective on just culture and learning and to understand those differences from a legal, operational, and research perspective. Panellists: Donna Cohen, Robert J de Boer, Nikolaos Chalaris and Nippin Anand

Part 2 - Is Just Culture desirable for learning?

This is the second of six sessions on learning explore the relationship between just culture and learning with a panel of internationally renowned experts in safety and human factors. The purpose of this session is to explore the different perspective on just culture and learning and to understand those differences from a legal, operational, and research perspective.

Panellists: Neil Richardson, Diane-Chadwick Jones, Oessur Hilduberg, Nektarios Karanikas

The war on expertise: how to prepare and how to win

Expertise has become increasingly advanced and increasingly essential in settings requiring skilled decision-making, particularly under time pressure and uncertainty. And yet expertise has come under greater and greater assault from a variety of communities. This session will review these attacks, explain their flaws, and describe tactics for countering the critics and for promoting expertise in organizational settings.

Part 1 - Is Just Culture desirable for learning?

This is the first of six sessions on learning explore the relationship between just culture and learning with a panel of internationally renowned experts in safety and human factors. The purpose of this session is to explore the different perspective on just culture and learning and to understand those differences from a legal, operational, and research perspective.

Panellists: Neil Richardson, Diane-Chadwick Jones, Oessur Hilduberg, Nektarios Karanikas, Robert J de Boer, Greg Smith, Steven Shorrock

Rituals for moving on from disaster

It is often said that if you know your subject well you should have no difficulty in making clear and concise arguments. The proof is in the pudding. My guest, Johan Bergström, in this week’s podcast is blessed with immense wisdom and the unique ability to communicate his thoughts on one of the most difficult topics in safety sciences with such clarity and depth (in about twenty minutes).

Paper Safe: The triumph of bureaucracy - Greg Smith

If you appreciate the problem of rising bureaucracy in health and safety, this discussion will make sense. Together with Greg Smith, we explore the problem of the misalignment between documented processes and their purpose.

 

Organizing for safety -Andrew Hopkins

Does organisational structure create culture? A thought-provoking session with Professor Andrew Hopkins that challenges us at many levels especially at the time when we have been bogged down by so many competing theories in safety sciences.

Why organizations fail -Prof Lee Clarke

In this video, Professor Lee Clarke reminds us that organisations are designed for a purpose and consistently rationalised to ensure that efficiency is maximised in pursuit of profitability. And when we say an organisation has failed, it’s often that failure sits outside the narrow purpose for which the organisation was designed. Listen to the video to learn more.