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Hazard, Risk & Safety - Understanding Risk Assessment, Management and Perception
(subtitles available in English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Chinese and Russian, German, and a French version is available here: https://youtu.be/wRmfvFYDNr8) Hazard, Risk & Safety Danger, risques et sécurité Gevaar, risico's en veiligheid Peligro, riesgo y seguridad Опасность, риск и безопасность Gefahr, Risiko und Sicherheit We all hear these terms on a daily basis. So and so a chemical, physical or a biological agent poses a risk; This or that product is a hazard or behaving a certain way is unsafe. A lot of the time “hazard” and “risk” are freely used to mean the same thing. However they are not. Hazard is the potential to cause harm. Risk on the other hand is the likelihood of harm in defined circumstances. In a nutshell, hazard and risk are not always aligned as the risk depends on the exposure to the hazard ; similarly, risk, safety and perception of risk are not always aligned; this can make political decisions regarding safety levels difficult to make, in these cases it is especially important to base them on facts rather than on subjective perceptions. http://www.greenfacts.org
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The Risk Factor - Personal Risk Awareness | DuPont Sustainable Solutions
Harnessing the Science of Risk for a Safer Workplace Introducing The Risk Factor, a new personal risk-awareness solution from DuPont Sustainable Solutions. Applying the latest research in neuroscience, this four-module workshop helps employees understand the emotional, subconscious reasons behind their decisions; grasp the complexities of how and why they take risks; and make safer decisions in the workplace. Organizations create rules and regulations, implement processes and procedures, create safeguards, and deliver training. All these are essential, but a large yet often neglected part of safety training must take into account workers’ willingness — or otherwise — to take risks. Why, despite all the safety equipment, training, and protocols, do employees engage in risky behaviors? The answer lies in the dynamics of neuroscience and affective psychology, understanding which can develop and sustain safety behaviors. Through The Risk Factor, employees learn to own up to, manage, and transform their attitudes, beliefs, and even feelings of employees in ways that empower safe behavior, complementing critical safety protocols and engineering controls in a holistic, effective safety culture. Discover how The Risk Factor can engage employees and enhance your safety training initiatives. Visit http://www.training.dupont.com/the-ri... to learn more. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/DSSLearning ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright © 2015 Coastal Training Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and all products denoted with ® or ™ are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.
4. Safety Management Systems
The NHVR held a number of information sessions across Australia to help industry build the capability to identify risks associated with business' transport activities and understand how safety management systems can assist to manage that risk and comply with obligations under the HVNL. One of the information sessions was recorded and broken down into 10 key points, this video is Part 4 of 10.
Views: 1198 NHVR
How to Manage Risk at Work?
Risk management-based interventions are common in most workplaces. They are central to effective occupational health and safety prevention and response. Every year, there are accidents involving transport, fire safety and noise in the workplace, some of which result in people being killed or badly injured. Fire safety law is regularly spoken about and often misunderstood. This guide provides an overview of what is required from you as a business owner in terms of managing workplace transportation, fire safety and noise risks faced by your employees and customers. Main points covered: • Workplace Transportation • Fire Safety • Noise Presenter: This webinar was hosted by PECB Certified Trainer and Managing Director of FB Food Safety and Quality Management Systems, Ms. Fay Anderson. Date: April 15, 2016 Organizer: Suzana Ajeti, PECB - https://www.pecb.com/ Slides of the webinar: http://bit.ly/1SN67je
Views: 476 PECB
What Causes Accidents - Safety Training Video - Preventing Accidents & Injuries
What Causes Accidents - Safety Training Video - Preventing Accidents & Injuries Never miss a new safety video! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=safetymemos It is hard to find an accident that could not have been prevented. Although it is often difficult to foresee every unsafe condition or potential hazard - training, constant vigilance and hazard awareness can prevent the vast majority of incidents and fatalities. Carelessness, distractions, ignorance and unnecessary risk-taking will lead to accidents and injuries. This safety training video outlines the two causes of most accidents and the human behaviors that make accidents happen. Understanding these causes and behaviors can help us reduce both the frequency and severity of accidents. For more videos like this one, see our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos Never miss a new safety video! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=safetymemos Safety and Health Topics: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/index.html IRB Guidebook for BIOMEDICAL AND BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH: AN OVERVIEW; US Dept of Health & Human Services: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/archive/irb/irb_chapter5.htm#h3 Human factors: Behavioural safety: http://www.hse.gov.uk/humanfactors/topics/behaviouralsafety.htm
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Risk & Safety Management: Making Training Count with ALARP, Bowtie and more
IMechE Training, for engineers - and anyone else who wants to drive their career forward: http://www.imeche.org/training-qualifications If you enjoyed this free webinar recording, take your understanding of risk and safety management to the next level: http://www.imeche.org/training-qualifications/all-training-and-qualifications?topic=safety-and-risk RISK AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT: MAKING TRAINING COUNT More punitive legislation, use of novel technology and high profile major accidents ensure that risk and safety management is a growing profession. This webinar will provide you with an understanding of the importance of effective training in risk and safety management, and the ability to apply the fundamental concepts of effective training to your working life. This webinar will demonstrate how effective training enables employees to develop a questioning and critical attitude to the management of risks. We will look at the causes of major accidents including Three-Mile Island, the Kings Cross fire, the Clapham Junction rail crash, Piper Alpha, and the Bayer Cropscience explosion. We will see how effective training could have helped, how game-based learning can help, and the key role of organisational culture in risk management. Our webinar will be useful to managers, engineers, operators, HSE advisors and risk management practitioners. How will I benefit? This webinar will provide you with extra confidence in selecting the right training and being able to embed that training successfully into your organisation. Contributes 1 CPD hour Key topics Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will: *Understand some of the causes of major accidents *Understand how effective training in hazard identification, risk analysis, risk reduction & ALARP and bowtie risk management could have helped to prevent or reduce the impact of those accidents *See how to use game-based learning in a diverse range of environments *Understand the fundamental aspects of effective training and how to successfully embed training into an organisation’s culture. *Mapped against UK- SPEC competencies: C, D and E
Air traffic controllers still over-worked, at risk for accidents
A large number of air traffic controllers work as many as five shifts in the span of four days, according to a government report. The findings point out that those controllers, who already have one of the most stressful jobs available, are at a greater risk of fatigue, errors and accidents. The Federal Aviation Administration in response says it will implement new rules for scheduling, but an organization repressing the controllers defends the practice. RT's Manila Chan has more details on the alarming report. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
Views: 1638 RT America
Part 3  Integrated Hazard Reporting Safety Management System (SMS) - Accidents, Incidents
http://aviation-sms.com SMS Pro™ by NorthWest Data Solutions Hazard reporting aviation safety issues Predefined hazard reports Customizable hazard reporting interface Integrates into risk management framework Nonpunitive reporting policy integrated into system Safety policy integrated into safety management system Anonymous reporting safety hazards/issues Integrated system supports safety, security, quality, compliance and environmental issues. Submit safety hazards to civil aviation authorities or other third parties Users can add attachments to submitted hazard reports Integrated CEO commitment to safety Top management support is required for successful aviation SMS programs Safety officer information available to all users http://www.facebook.com/SMSPro.Safety.Management.System
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#8 Classify Issue, Accident Investigation - SMS Pro - Safety Management System, April-2010
SMS Pro is an integrated Safety Management System (SMS) software, with in-depth reporting and analysis modules, specifically designed for an aviation application. Furthermore, SMS Pro™ is Web-based aviation safety management system tool that allows operators and airports to manage their safety, security, compliance and quality issues based on ICAO, IS-BAO, Transport Canada and FAA requirements and advisory material. SMS Pro™ is an integrated solution that facilitates airport operations by increasing the efficiency of business processes, improving service delivery to meet goals and objectives and improving operational and management reporting. Since SMS Pro™ is a Web-based application it ensures information sharing across the organization. The SMS Pro™ allows easy, real-time report generation, automated alerts, and varying levels of transparency based on organizational culture. SMS Pro ™ provides: • Increased efficiency and effectiveness of organizational Quality, Safety, Security and Regulatory Compliance activities using "Issue Reporting" and "Issue Manager" modules. • Enhanced response times to audit findings by streamlining planning and tracking activities in the "Issue Manager," Performance Monitoring" and "Goals & Objectives" modules. • Secure central repository for document storage and version control. • Collaborative environment to share processes policies & procedures across all departments and entities using the "Read File," "Policies" and "Duties and Requirements" modules among internal and external users. • Accurate and timely data & statistics using "Performance Monitoring," "Goals & Objectives," "Hazard Analyzer (charts)," "Quick Table," and "Quick Sort" modules. • Lessons Learned library to share knowledge across different users in the organization. • Ability to create custom audit checklists to perform inspections, audits and evaluations. • Audit and audit management using same framework as "Issue Manager" module. • Fully customizable issue assessment and classification enabling incidents to be categorized by two customized classification systems in "Issue Manager" module. Issues can be further classified by associated hazards and risks identified in the "Hazard Analysis Tool" module.
Views: 536 SMS Pro
The Risk Is In The Routine: A New Look At Accident Prevention
This 21-minute video uses seven scenarios to show accidents and injuries resulting from very routine situations. These scenarios include inattention while driving, poor housekeeping practices, a back injury to a parks worker due to lifting, a police officer training injury, an injury while dismounting heavy equipment, slipping on a wet pool surface, and a work zone accident. Each scene is revisited by the injured person to reflect what could have been done differently to prevent the accident or injury and avoid potentially life changing effects. The video depicts common employee excuses for unsafe behaviors. While emphasizing that safety is everyone's responsibility, key points include: • Taking training seriously and following established safety rules and procedures • Avoiding shortcuts • Using provided safety equipment • Taking personal responsibility for your safety • Coaching fellow employees to work safely • Offering to help other employees with hazardous task when appropriate. Hazards exist in routine task and staying focused on the job at hand is very important in preventing accidents.
Views: 17896 CIRSASafety
GA Adoption of Airline Safety & Risk Management
Andrew and David will discuss how the Citation Jet Pilots Association has made great strides in enhancing the safety culture for Citation pilots and operators. In 2016, CJP formed a dedicated Safety Committee to engage with its members on methods and procedures for operating their Citation aircraft in the safest possible manner, and to share safety-related resources for use by its members and the broader aviation community. A quarterly newsletter called CJP Right Seat was released with thought leadership from safety experts. CJP also created the CJP Safety and Education Foundation as a charitable organization dedicated to promoting Citation safety and education. Through the Foundation, the CJP Gold Standard Safety Award was announced and the inaugural class was recognized at the 2018 CJP convention. We will discuss the details of this award and the efforts to raise the bar for Citation training and aviation learning. This was not just an effort by CJP, but also included collaboration with industry partners. Additionally, the Foundation sponsors an annual Safety Standdown with experts addressing accidents and incidents, discussing training best practices, and encouraging pilots to commit to enhanced training beyond the FAA or insurance requirements.
11 Most Common Risk Management Mistakes Made by Small Business Owners
Don't fall victim to these common risk management mistakes... Watch is short video and learn the 11 Most Common Risk Management Mistakes Made by Business Owners. Get the http://murraygrp.com/riskybusiness My name is Ryan Hanley, I'm director of marketing and licensed agent here at the murray group and it's both my role here, as well as my passion to help business owners like you receive the maximum benefit from your insurance. But today we're not talking about insurance... this is the 5th and final video in a series we've done on Small Business Risk Management and today's topic is the 11 most common risk management mistakes by small business owners. Avoiding these mistakes means less aggravation, less workplace downtown and more money in your business's checking account. #1 - insufficient attention to loss control - so not taking risk management seriously... #2 - letting apathy or politics drive your risk management decisions - again I would say this results from not putting enough importance on risk management to make a proper decision. #3 - risk management "blind spots" - this results from not looking at the enterprise as a whole, believing some areas will not be impacted by accidents. #4 - inadequate preparation for loss - not actually acting on your risk management decisions #5 - Avoiding risk instead of managing it - as I've said in previous videos of this series, risk is VERY important to the growth of a business... avoiding risk completely can do more harm than good. #6 - Failure to communicate risks to staff - so basically just a failure to communicate business risks organization wide #7 - Failure to develop computer skills - computers are a way of life in today's business world, not knowing how to use a computer is NEGATIVELY impacting your business in many ways... PERIOD. No discussion. #8 - Inadequate people skills - Proper risk management takes teamwork. We have to be able to work well with others to prevent and/or reduce risk. #9 - Superperson syndrome - see #8, risk management takes a team, you can't do everything yourself. #10 - Failure to document - this stuff needs to be in writing. #11 - Lack of creativity - sometimes you have to think outside the box to find solutions to risk management problems. Best practices are great but your business is unique and will have it's own unique solutions That's it, 11 common risk management mistakes for small business owners... now that you know what they are, don't let them happen to you. At The Murray Group, we see our job as not only providing insurance products to help you recover after a loss, but also to provide risk management guidance to reduce the chance of an accident ever happening. If you think our agency would make a good partner for your business and you'd like to begin the process of receiving a proposal for your business insurance program, please give us a call at 518-456-6688 or email us at [email protected] If you'd like to learn a little bit more about The Murray Group first, please click this link here or the link below this video to subscribe to our Risky Business Newsletter. We'll help you find, peace of mind.
Complacency at Work? Managing Risk, Routine & Uncertainty
The term 'Complacency' is frequently misunderstood. It is often applied with the benefit of hindsight to those involved in an incident, implying that they were not paying attention or were otherwise neglecting their duty. This is generally not the case - no professional deliberately ignores the signals of approaching doom. Routine, familiarity, stress, distraction and overload, amongst other things, can catch any of us out. We misjudge Risk. We pay attention to the wrong things. To onlookers, we become Complacent. When we concentrate on what we think is important, filtering out potentially vital clues to what is going on around us, our awareness of the actual situation is compromised. We become increasingly vulnerable to Uncertainty. For more information, visit the page below: http://traininglink.kvh.com/public/catalogue.28.204.php This film forms one of a series of Human Factors resources developed to help improve workplace safety: http://traininglink.kvh.com/public/catalogue.28.php
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Aurion Learning (SMS) Safety Management System - An Introduction
This introductory module on Safety Management System (SMS) lays down the foundation for the entire course. The course is aimed at providing the user with an understanding of the various concepts that are utilised in building a safe operating & management system within the aviation industry. The course is made available at www.aurionelearning.com . For further details, please contact us at: [email protected]
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Manual accidents, biological risk control, and quality indicators - Video abstract [77490]
Video abstract of original research paper "Manual accidents, biological risk control, and quality indicators at a children’s hospital in north-east Italy" published in the open access journal Risk Management and Healthcare Policy by Sergio Parco, Fulvia Vascotto, Roberto Simeone, et al. Background: Working in health care carries the risk of transmission of infected blood to patients by hospital workers and to other health personnel in the form of occupational infections. Conscientious application of the standard precautions is the main method used to avoid needle stick injuries, contamination of skin and mucous membranes, cuts with sharp tools, and inadequate disposal and recapping of needles. The aim of this work was to investigate in Friuli Venezia Giulia, a region in north-east Italy, the enhancement carried out to prevent situations of biologic risk for health care workers, and to verify the related laboratory analyses. Methods: Biological accidents occurring during the years 2012–2013 in the departments of oncology and pediatric-obstetric surgery, and in the intensive care unit at Burlo Garofolo Children’s Hospital in Trieste (a large town in Friuli Venezia Giulia) were reviewed, and a new panel of tests was introduced for patients and health care workers, to also detect human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis C virus (HCV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and aspartate transaminase and immunoglobulin G. All tests were submitted for external quality assessment. Results: In total, 230 nosocomial events were reported by health care workers in the above-mentioned hospital departments in 2012–2013. There were 158 accidents in 2012, including 55 accidental needle stick injuries (34.81%), 59 blood splashes (37.34%), and 44 cuts with infected instruments (27.84%). The risk of sustaining a cut was related to movement error during surgery when the appropriate procedure was not followed or when devices were being assembled and passed between doctors and nurses. Most accidents happened among physicians compared to nurses; the high percentage of needle stick injuries (34.81%) versus nurses (25.94%) were due to incorrect recapping of needles after use. No cases of health care workers being infected with HCV, HBV, or HIV were identified. In 2013, the number of biological accidents decreased to 61, comprising two needle stick injuries (3.27%), 35 blood splashes (57.37%), and 25 cuts with contaminated instruments (40.98%). The number of subcutaneous abscesses with scarring resulting from cuts with sharp instruments decreased from three in 2012 (one of which was the subject of medicolegal proceedings) to none in 2013. Although our study population was relatively small, we did detect a statistically significant decrease in the number of needle stick injuries (P less than 0.05, chi-square test). Conclusion: In this early experience at a maternal and child health institution in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, application of a safety protocol, centralized organization of HIV tests, improved external quality assessment, and introduction of internal quality control for immunoglobulin G contributed to a decrease in the number of work-related biological accidents and their complications, which have the potential to result in medicolegal problems. Read the full paper here:http://www.dovepress.com/manual-accidents-biological-risk-control-and-quality-indicators-at-a-c-peer-reviewed-article-RMHP
Views: 219 Dove Medical Press
Dr. Todd Conklin speech "Risk Analysis is Fixed in Time - But Hazards Ebb and Flow
Dr. Todd Conklin speech "Risk Analysis is Fixed in Time - But Hazards Ebb and Flow" at the HPRCT Conference in Monterey CA June 23, 2014.To watch full presentation as well as other professional presentations and interviews please join the Human Performance Associaition at http://hpaweb.org/home/membership/
Incident Management System Reports | NOSA-ims
Incident management system NOSA-ims allows you to capture and record any type of incident or accident information ABOUT Incident Management System NOSA-ims NOSA-ims (Incident Management System) is proudly a NOSA product, the global leader in occupational risk management services with an extensive client base that covers 5 continents Enhance incident management across your operations Capture and manage incident costs Web-based Data consolidation Real time reporting Manage incidents on one platform NOSA-ims is a comprehensive software solution for incident management system needs throughout the different levels of your organisation. It provides a unique set of features for capturing, investigating and reporting incident information. Various incident investigation techniques Our incident management system ensures all phases of investigation are covered through different investigation techniques. Documents and photographs are linked to records to ensure comprehensive reporting and the investigation process can be escalated according to levels of severity Additional Benefits Automated notifications systems integration streamline incident reporting process localisation functionality that comes with six languages developed to support tablet and smartphone functionalities. Contact Us Africa Tel: +27 (0)10 226 4000 MMG House, 66 Park Lane, Sandton 2196, South Africa Email: [email protected] Australasia Tel: +64 (0)21 334 916 P.O. BOX 301714, Albany, Auckland, New Zealand, 0752 Email: [email protected] Asia Tel: (8621) 5116 7220 21/F Bank of Shanghai Tower, 168 YinCheng Road, Pudong, Shanghai, PRC, 200120 Email: [email protected] South America Tel: +55 11 2787 6315 1079 Paulista Avenue, 7th Floor Bela Vista, São Paulo, SP ZIP Code 01311-200 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.nosa-ims.com
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Controlling risk in a dangerous world | Jim Wetherbee, Astronaut
On the front lines of danger, operators face hazards and make life-and-death decisions in dynamic, complex situations. They are the last line of defense. How do we help them stay alive—and be productive? Managers in organizations manage risk with systematic processes intended to limit the assessed risk. Even in the best organizations, when it is time to go to work, operators don’t manage risk; they control risk. To prevent all accidents—even unpredicted ones—the front-line workers need techniques to supplement the rules and procedures. Since the beginning of the space program, astronauts have developed techniques based on the principles of operating excellence to execute missions and stay alive in unforgiving environments. These principles-based techniques can help optimize performance in any high-risk businesses, and accomplish more in our dangerous world—or out of this world! GDS Group runs international conferences and summits that draw together the best minds across different business sectors. Take a look at our event portfolio or check out some of our other content on the HSE industry by visiting: https://gdsgroup.com/sectors/health-and-safety/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel for highlights from our keynote speakers like this every week: https://bit.ly/2IMWseI
Views: 215 GDS Summits
Traffic Incident Management 2012
Manage to Survive: Traffic Incident Management for First Responders Prepared by the IACP in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration
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Top Travel Risks Traffic accidents overseas - Part 1
This is Part 1 of 2 travel videos on staying safe overseas. Part 2 is at https://youtu.be/p9MdKsUO25g and includes specific travel safety tips you can use as a pedestrian and visitor traveling overseas. Did you know that Traffic Accidents are easily the number one cause of travel and tourist fatalities overseas? Not just driving accidents, but pedestrians walking on the sidewalk. As my friend and coworker in Jakarta said, "Walking on the sidewalk is asking for death." Today, we'll talk about why that is so, and how you can protect yourself when traveling overseas. Also get the free guide I spoke about in the video at http://www.dontgetstuckoverseas.com. The top cause of death overseas in "The Yellow Book": http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/yellowbook/2016/the-pre-travel-consultation/injury-prevention According to the World Health Organization: http://www.who.int/ith/other_health_risks/injuries_violence/en/ And the U.S. State Department: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/statistics/deaths.html And read more at http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-news/881888/bangkok-sidewalks-making-safe-for-walking as well as from our sister site: https://www.socialgoodinsurance.com/news-and-helpful-links/news-and-updates/smartphone-walking-is-dangerous/ on "smartphone walking" or “Aruki Sumaho.” The FIA Foundation published a special report that is also cited in our guide "The Top Three Risks When Traveling Overseas." You can find their report from 2010 at https://www.fiafoundation.org/media/44124/bad-trips-tourism-report-2010.pdf For more on good travel insurance, check out https://www.gninsurance.com
Occupational Accident Insurance - (855) 234 - 0472 - U.S. Risk
http://www.usrisk.com/2018/05/occupational-accident-insurance-could-be-answer-gig-economy/ Occupational Accident Insurance Could Be the Answer in the “Gig Economy" U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc. is a wholesale broker and specialty lines underwriting manager providing a wide range of specialty insurance products and services. The workplace in America has shifted in recent years. What used to be a fairly straightforward organization of employers and employees has transformed to a large degree toward on-demand workers coordinated by employers, staffing management agencies, and online entities. This type of work organization is often referred to as the “gig economy”; workers being paid by job rather than receiving an hourly wage, or workers that log into an online app or platform to conduct their work. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6E1uzdI3LcmPtPZcjAy1dQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0V5AfDkM13c Visit Us on Social https://www.facebook.com/usriskTX/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/u-s-risk-insurance-group/ U.S. Risk 8401 N. Central Expwy Suite 1000 Dallas, TX 75225 (855) 234 - 0472
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#AirNavConf - Day 4 Session 26 - Agenda Item 7 (cont'd)
Committee B - Agenda Item 7: Operational safety risks 7.1: Facilitation of data-driven decision-making in support of safety intelligence to support safety risk management 7.2: Operational safety risks at the global, regional and national levels, and the role of RSOOs and RASGs in achieving the GASP goals 7.3: Other implementation issues The Conference will be invited to put forward recommendations on: a) the sharing of data sources for developing safety intelligence in support of safety risk management; b) global, regional and national initiatives to address high risk categories (HRCs) of accidents; and c) other recognized operational safety issues.
Risk IQ: Looking Beyond Safety Management Systems
David Soucie, owner of Sans Soucie Enterprises and author of "Why Planes Crash- An Accident Investigator Fights for Safe Skies," discusses what he calls "risk IQ," which relates to how an organization measures its own safety culture. Having worked as an aviation safety inspector and accident investigator, among other roles for the FAA from 1990 to 2006, Soucie challenged listeners to examine their thinking about safety, saying that many organizations fail to even recognize risks or hazards. Learn more about Volpe events: http://www.volpe.dot.gov/events Advancing transportation innovation for the public good. Get to know us at http://www.volpe.dot.gov/
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5 Strategies to Strengthen Your Safety Culture Using ISO 45001
The webinar provides the audience with an overview of ISO 45001, its transition to OHSAS 18001, and an illustration of some of the main challenges that businesses face in regards to this standard. Moreover, the presenter explains some of the key factors affecting the safety culture within the organizations, and how ISO 45001 can be the corner stone of a positive cultural transformation can set the foundation for a positive cultural transformation. Main points covered: • A global perspective on safety and its evolution in the context of today’s business • Maximizing your leadership potential to demonstrate real commitment to safety • The X Factor -the most impactful Safety Leadership traits • Creating Safety rather than Preventing Accidents – a smarter, more efficient way to reach your strategic safety goals • The Human Factors affecting safety performance and preventing the establishment of an effective safety culture The Human Factors affecting safety performance and holding your culture back • How ISO 45001 provides a solid foundation for significant positive cultural transformation • What you need to know and do to achieve success Presenter: Andrew Sharman is the Chief Executive of RMS, an international specialist consulting firm, that is currently improving safety culture and enabling excellence in FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 organizations around the world. Andrew holds Masters Degrees in Occupational Psychology, Organizational Behaviour and International Health & Safety Law. He is a Chartered Fellow of IOSH and a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management. Moreover, Andrew is a Professor of Leadership & Safety Culture at CEDEP, Fontainebleau, France and Visiting Professor in Risk Management at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. Professor Sharman is also Vice President of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH). Organizer: Hana Tahiri Date: June 14, 2017 Slides of the webinar: https://www.slideshare.net/PECBCERTIFICATION/5-strategies-to-strengthen-your-safety-culture-using-iso-45001 _______________________________________ Find out more about OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System: Webinars: https://pecb.com/oldwebinar/iso-45001-key-implementation-steps https://pecb.com/oldwebinar/using-iso-45001-to-achieve-excellence-in-ohs-management-and-performance Article: https://pecb.com/article/transition-chart-from-ohsas-18001-to-iso-45001 https://pecb.com/article/replacing-ohsas-18001-what-will-iso-45001-bring Whitepaper: https://pecb.com/whitepaper/iso-45001-occupational-health-and-safety-management-system-requirements ---------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about PECB: Website: https://pecb.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pecb/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/+PECBGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PECBInternational/
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FRMS | 0781 180 0620
Your Fatigue Risk Management Consultants http://fatigueriskmanagementsolutions.com FRMS | 0781 180 0620 Fatigue Risk Management Solutions is your premier FRMS consultants. Fatigue at work can cause accidents and less productivity. We provide training and consultancy regarding Fatigue Risk Management Systems which includes fatigue control and fatigue management so Call Us Now at: Fatigue Risk Management Solutions 0781 180 0620 [email protected]
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Disaster Risk Management - Early Childhood Education
An innovative Disaster Risk Management program developed by Caritas Australia has armed some of the most vulnerable people in our region with nursery rhymes and simple actions to minimise the damage in this year's cyclone season. The South Pacific cyclone season runs from November to April each year and sees our region exposed to more cyclones and floods throughout this period. Caritas Australia's Disaster Risk Management project in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu has a primary aim of getting the most vulnerable people in disasters, young children, to safety as quickly as possible. Children are taught nursery rhymes with accompanying actions that contain memorable and simple emergency response information. This video forms part of an Early Childhood Education Teacher Training Toolkit DVD produced by Caritas Australia with the support of AusAID. This DVD training tool helps extend the reach of our training program across the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
Views: 1165 caritasaustralia
Artificial Intelligence and road safety in Thailand: A new eye on the highway
According to World Health Organization, a staggering 66 people on average die in road accidents every day in Thailand. Now, PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited (GC) plans to reduce the accident rate in the Bangkok to Rayong route and enable the safety of more than 4000 employees that clock up around 8,000 trips between the two locations. GC worked with its shuttle drivers, Microsoft and Frontis to design the ‘AI for Road Safety’ solution that uses facial recognition AI to detect and alert when drivers show signs of risk such as drowsiness and distraction. Learn more: https://news.microsoft.com/apac/features/artificial-intelligence-and-road-safety-a-new-eye-on-the-highway/
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Train emergency responders with this complete package of training videos for hazardous materials response. This series includes eight DVDs. It is narrated by Greg Noll & Mike Hildebrand, two of the authors of the text by the same name. Titles are also available separately. This series of training videos provides Operations Level, Technician Level & Command Level training for personnel who respond to hazardous materials incidents, as required by OSHA's Hazwoper law and NFPA 472. Based on the highly-regarded manual, Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident, this series of training videos is a valuable resource for fire fighters, hazmat teams, bomb squads, industrial emergency response teams and other emergency responders who may deal with unplanned hazardous materials leaks, spills or fire during the course of their work. Narrated by Mike Hildebrand and Greg Noll, this series illustrates a widely accepted system for managing hazmat incidents. With nearly three hours of video, this series is useful for helping to satisfy the training requirements of OSHA's Hazwoper rule as well as NFPA 471 and NFPA 472. See program descriptions for individual modules. "Identifying the Problem" "Site Management & Control" "Hazard & Risk Evaluation" "Protective Clothing & Equipment" "Information Management & Resource Coordination" "Implementing Response Objectives" "Decontamination" "Terminating the Incident"
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★ Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster - Short Documentary - HD
The Space Shuttle Challenger disaster occurred on January 28, 1986, when Space Shuttle Challenger (mission STS-51-L) broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. My photos: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/105656643463219506384/+aheli ★ The Largest Stars in the Universe | Infographic Animation ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqAJnrL27OY ★ The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson | Kinetic ►Typography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2DXqJ7mjKY ★ TOP 10 - Best of Hubble Space Telescope - 2015 ► http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lmx19_0GX8o The spacecraft disintegrated over the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Cape Canaveral, Florida at 11:38 EST (16:38 UTC). Disintegration of the vehicle began after an O-ring seal in its right solid rocket booster (SRB) failed at liftoff. The O-ring failure caused a breach in the SRB joint it sealed, allowing pressurized hot gas from within the solid rocket motor to reach the outside and impinge upon the adjacent SRB attachment hardware and external fuel tank. This led to the separation of the right-hand SRB's aft attachment and the structural failure of the external tank. Aerodynamic forces broke up the orbiter. The crew compartment and many other vehicle fragments were eventually recovered from the ocean floor after a lengthy search and recovery operation. The exact timing of the death of the crew is unknown; several crew members are known to have survived the initial breakup of the spacecraft. The shuttle had no escape system, and the impact of the crew compartment with the ocean surface was too violent to be survivable. The disaster resulted in a 32-month hiatus in the shuttle program and the formation of the Rogers Commission, a special commission appointed by United States President Ronald Reagan to investigate the accident. The Rogers Commission found NASA's organizational culture and decision-making processes had been key contributing factors to the accident. NASA managers had known contractor Morton Thiokol's design of the SRBs contained a potentially catastrophic flaw in the O-rings since 1977, but failed to address it properly. They also disregarded warnings (an example of "go fever") from engineers about the dangers of launching posed by the low temperatures of that morning and had failed in adequately reporting these technical concerns to their superiors. What Rogers did not highlight was that the vehicle was never certified to operate in temperatures that low. The O-rings, as well as many other critical components, had no test data to support any expectation of a successful launch in such conditions. Bob Ebeling from Thiokol delivered a biting analysis: "[W]e're only qualified to 40 degrees ...'what business does anyone even have thinking about 18 degrees, we're in no man's land.'" As a result of the disaster, the Air Force decided to cancel its plans to use the Shuttle for classified military satellite launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, deciding to use the Titan IV instead. Approximately 17 percent of Americans witnessed the launch live because of the presence of crew member Christa McAuliffe, the first member of the Teacher in Space Project, who would have been the first teacher in space. Media coverage of the accident was extensive: one study reported that 85 percent of Americans surveyed had heard the news within an hour of the accident. In memory of the crew of space shuttle Challenger. RIP The clip is from "When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (2008)"
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Trailer: Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Gas Safety Awareness Training
To know more about the Product: https://goo.gl/Gs4bYP Our training and awareness movie works on a global scale and yet connects with people locally. It meets the best practices and training norms of any organization facing such a challenge. Program includes: • 3D animated movie; which is rich in content, slick in pace and a visual treat • Thorough booklet with information on H2S & assessment questionnaire • Movie in multiple global languages ★ Features ★ ► Audio-Visual appeal ► Interactive Experience ► Addressing multi-lingual needs ► Highlighting Processes and Relationship ► Usage of Modern Techniques ► Applicability ► Skill & Ability Improvements ► Consistent
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Years of Internal BP Probes Warned That Neglect Could Lead to Accidents
The investigative news organization ProPublica is reporting a series of internal BP investigations over the past decade warned senior BP managers that the oil company repeatedly disregarded safety and environmental rules and risked a serious accident if it did not change its ways. The reports described instances in which management flouted safety by neglecting aging equipment, pressured employees not to report problems and cut short or delayed inspections to reduce production costs. A 2001 internal report noted that BP had neglected key equipment needed for an emergency shutdown, including safety shutoff valves and gas and fire detectors similar to those that could have helped prevent the fire and explosion on the Deepwater Horizon rig in the Gulf. We speak to Abrahm Lustgarten, an investigative reporter at ProPublica.
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Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS) Familiarization
Recorded at Risk Management Professionals' corporate headquarters in Irvine California on May 25, 2010. Presented by Steve Maher, and Chief R. Scott Adams. For a .pdf copy of presentation handouts, please e-mail [email protected] or call 877-532-0806.
Views: 6673 RMPCorp
Culture Change Case Study
This programme is designed to enhance safety and health excellence across the total steel making operation of 4,000 employees. This major culture change initiative has to lead a fundamental shift in thinking throughout all layers of leadership - challenging custom and practice and embedding new attitudes and skills to deliver dramatic improvements in individual leadership capability, commitment to organisational standards, and enhanced performance. Ultimately the objective is to deliver a reduction in risk exposure, greater hazard awareness, improved root cause analysis, improved planning process, greater leadership engagement and a reduction in incidents and accidents. This requires greater "personal responsibility" to be taken by every layer of leadership in the organisation.
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Aviation Maintenance Human Factors - A Sampler
This video is a brief compilation of Crucial Knowledge's six online courses covering Human Factors. The series includes "Introduction to Human Factors," "The Dirty Dozen," "Combating Complacency," "Case Studies," "Professionalism & Integrity" and "Safety Management Systems -- Organizational Factors." Each of these titles is also individually featured in other videos at our YouTube channel. How EASA and FAA Relate on the Human Factors Issue: While the FAA is expected to eventually issue Human Factors requirements, the European Aviation Safety Agency already has Human Factors requirements. Those in the United States should direct their attention to the "Maintenance Annex Guidance" (MAG) document released in November of 2011. Specific to human factors training requirements is Section B of Appendix 1 (for U.S.-based Repair Stations), clause 17 (see page 98 of that document). This document is accessible from the Crucial Knowledge web page. Click on the "Human Factors" button.
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Take Steps Now to Prevent Grain Safety Accidents
Analysts say a wet crop and cool weather could lead some farm workers into taking unnecessary risks this year. Purdue Extension safety specialist Bill Field, along with crop storage expert Klein Ileleji, has been monitoring this year’s harvest say the key to avoiding entrapments is to make sure the grain is adequately dried before it is stored.
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How to Deal With "Accident-Prone" Employees
#TheWorkCoverGuy Mark Stipic shares a process employers can use to manage health and wellbeing concerns consistently
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ICAO's Aviation Safety Strategy
The Director of the Air Navigation Bureau provides an overview of the aviation industry's current safety record and ICAO's safety strategy to reduce the number of accidents worldwide.