Steps To Safety Culture Excellence

Author: Terry L. Mathis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118530241
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With this book as your guide, you'll learn how to help your organization develop, implement, and sustain Safety Culture Excellence, vital for the protection of and improvement in the quality of life for everyone who works there.

Forecasting Tomorrow

Author: Shawn Galloway
ISBN: 9780692460580
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Moreover, the cast of characters, the roles they play, and accountability for responsibilities are evolving, all for the better.The seven predictions found within this book are based on the authors' years of deep experience as trusted ...

Food Safety Culture

Author: Frank Yiannas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387728678
Size: 54.47 MB
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In fact, training and inspections are two of the most commonly used tools by food
safety professionals when attempting to achieve a desired performance objective
. But training and inspections are not the first steps in this process, nor are they
the only steps in this process – and they are certainly not enough. Achieving
excellence in food safety performance actually starts earlier than this. It begins
with creating food safety performance expectations that are clear, achievable,
and ...

Safety Culture In The Maintenance Of Nuclear Power Plants

Author: International Atomic Energy Agency
Publisher: Intl Atomic Energy Agency
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Safety culture, striving for excellence, delegation, teamwork, participation,
communication, competitiveness and long term foresight are issues included in
the long term strategic plan. Pre-job briefings Some plants have introduced a
comprehensive programme of pre-job briefings in three or more steps,
depending on the complexity of the work. First, a pre-job briefing is held at the
preparation stage, involving planners, radiation protection personnel and an
assigned foreman.

Improving Safety Culture

Author: Dominic Cooper
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471958215
Size: 43.97 MB
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It can sometimes appear that they are going forwards two steps, and one step
backwards. However, these problems present learning opportunities that will
help them to continually improve their safety efforts and reduce their company's
accident rates. As such, it is in their colleagues' interests that they keep
persevering and do not give up. They should aim for zero accidents, and when
they achieve that, strive to maintain their safety performance at that level of
excellence. Additional ...

Osart Mission Highlights 2001 2003

Author: International Atomic Energy Agency
Publisher: Intl Atomic Energy Agency
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The OSART team used the guidance provided in INSAG-4, INSAG-13, INSAG-15,
IAEA Safety Reports Series No. 11, IAEA-TECDOC- 1321 and 1329 and draft
SCART Guideline to assess various aspects of safety culture at the Angra 1
nuclear power plant. A safety culture review has been integrated in the OSART
review of Angra 1 NPP, which included the following steps: - Safety culture
training for mission experts, based on IAEA safety standards. - Safety culture
observations were ...

Safety Management Systems

Author: European Process Safety Centre
Publisher: Inst of Chemical Engineers
ISBN: 9780852953563
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Providing management leadership and commitment. • Implementing a
comprehensive PSM program. • Achieving operating excellence. These steps
have been presented in several corporate publications and at conferences1- 2. It
is not the intention to elaborate on the steps here, but rather to highlight aspects
of them in order to clarify their importance and the importance of safety
performance measurements within the total safety system. Establishing a safety
culture — the first step A ...

Advances In Human Aspects Of Healthcare

Author: Vincent Duffy
Publisher: AHFE Conference
ISBN: 1495120937
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We present a case study from the Radiation Oncology Department at the
University of North Carolina (UNC) where we recognize that our systems are
imperfect despite multiple built-in quality assurance (QA) steps to detect human
errors. We took on a journey to organize our systems in such way that we are
better able to notice the 'week signals' of human errors. We herein highlight
previously-reported initiatives and demonstrate concurrent improvements in
patient safety culture.

Value By Design

Author: Eugene C. Nelson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470901359
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Developing Clinical Microsystems to Achieve Organizational Excellence Eugene
C. Nelson, Paul B. Batalden, Marjorie M. Godfrey, Joel S. Lazar ... 287–288
complexity of today's health care, 2 importance of coupling in HROs, 316–317
structural and anatomical, 4–5 systems dynamics/embedded systems and, 6–7
replacement of error-prone steps in processes, for patient safety, 101–102
reports measuring processes within levels of health system, 132–133 writing
survey items as, ...