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The Risk Factor - Personal Risk Awareness | DuPont Sustainable Solutions
 
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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.
11 Most Common Risk Management Mistakes Made by Small Business Owners
 
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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.
Hazard, Risk & Safety - Understanding Risk Assessment, Management and Perception
 
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(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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Managing Risk for a Successful Nonprofit Organization
 
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Risk management is essential to lowering all of your insurance premiums. Good loss control programs and practices will help you save money in property insurance, workers’ compensation and even health insurance costs.
Risk IQ: Looking Beyond Safety Management Systems
 
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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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Risk Management
 
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Risk Management in Engineering Projects: Yossi Zamri
 
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Risk Management In Engineering Projects: A unique framework and practical tools for managing risks in engineering projects are presented. Real life examples from major accidents in NASA's history and other organizations are discussed. Some basic and advanced concepts of risk assessment, planning, and control are introduced, together with tools to implement them. Working guidelines for handling the SAS and CCGH syndromes are presented. T3 in the Lounge takes place at Technion Malat Building #5 on the last Wednesday of each month. For upcoming events, visit http://www.t3.trdf.co.il
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EMS Leadership & Management - Safety & Risk 6: Vehicle Driving and Fleet Maintenance
 
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This is the presentation for Chapter 6 in the WCTC online EMS Leadership and Management Technical Diploma program's Safety and Risk Management course: Vehicle Driving and Fleet Maintenance. For additional information on WCTC's EMS Leadership and Management online Technical Diploma program, please visit us online at: http://www.wctc.edu/fire-ems/.
Views: 454 WCTCEMS
How can I better understand (and objectively determine) culpability?
 
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When is a worker “blameworthy” in the face of human error? What other factors should be considered? When is it appropriate to extend consideration of culpability to supervision, management, or aspects of your organization? In this video, Tim Autrey provides insight into the Culpability Decision Tree, including an offer for free download of a state-of-the-art Decision Tree Tool and associated user guidance. Go HERE for your free download of the Decision Tree Tool: http://ppiweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Culpability-tree-8.5x11.pdf http://ppiweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Culpability-Tree-11x17.pdf James Reason's Book: http://www.amazon.com/Managing-Risks-Organizational-Accidents-Reason/dp/1840141050/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1419862234&sr=1-1&keywords=james+reason Sidney Decker's Book: http://www.amazon.com/Field-Guide-Understanding-Human-Error/dp/0754648265/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1419862133&sr=1-1&keywords=sydney+decker
NTSB_Risk_Management
 
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NTSB presentation on accidents associated with poor risk management by pilots. March 2013. Visit www.avhf.com for more information and training on Aviation Human Factors.
Views: 182 David Hunter
Safety Management Software for Hazard & Accident Prevention by A1 Tracker
 
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Safety management software with hazard reporting for accident prevention is key in risk management strategy. Safety management includes both accident prevention and accident resolution. Reporting safety hazards before they occur lowers risk management costs and reduces accident and injury claims. Track hazards online and real-time with hazard notifications, resolution notes, and follow-up reminders. Safety & accident prevention software helps responsible organizations keep employees and the environment safe, with online accident report forms that may be used to submit hazard notices from anywhere in the world. Safety management software is a key ingredient to any successful risk management program.
Pilots Manage Risks to Ensure Safety HD)
 
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The NTSB has created a short video (3-5 minutes) on each of the five safety alert topics. The videos feature NTSB investigators sharing their perspectives as both GA pilots and aviation safety professionals on how both pilots and mechanics can more effectively manage the risks associated with GA flying. The videos address risk management and decision-making, maintenance issues for pilots and mechanics, flight in reduced-visibility conditions, and low-altitude stalls.
Safety Management System (SMS) for Small Operators
 
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This presentation was developed by the FAA SMS Program Office (AFS-900). Original Release Date: January 2013 The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is always working to take the U.S. aviation system to the next level of safety. Safety Management Systems (SMS) are beginning to play a key role in making an extraordinarily safe system even safer. With SMS, the FAA and the aviation industry can examine data from everyday operations to isolate trends that may be precursors to incidents or accidents. What is a Safety Management System? Safety Management Systems for the FAA, air carriers, airports and other certificate holders integrate modern safety risk management and safety assurance concepts into standardized, proactive systems. In SMS, safety management is a fundamental process on a par with all other management processes. An SMS has four key pieces: Policy An SMS presumes there will always be risks in aviation that must be found, and to the greatest extent possible, controlled. To do that, it's critical to have a strong safety policy in place that provides a detailed account of top management's objectives and expectations for safety. It also sets up a framework for plans, organizational structures and accountability for all employees. Risk management An SMS uses safety risk management in all activities, including training, maintenance, dispatch and operations. It identifies hazards by drawing data from sources such as operations analysis, employee reporting systems, incident reports and audits. The next step is gauging how likely the hazard is to result in an incident and the potential consequences. Finally, risk management determines how much, if any, risk is acceptable. Armed with this information, managers can develop ways to implement and track risk controls. Safety assurance Making sure an SMS remains effective after risk controls are in place is critical. The safety assurance process analyzes data and reviews decision-making not only to make sure risk control strategies are still working, but also to highlight ways to improve or correct those methods. Promotion An SMS must promote safety and establish a safety culture. It must include processes for training people in safety-critical areas, and effective two-way communications channels between managers and employees on safety matters. More Than Compliance The FAA is moving to implement SMS and system safety-based oversight. The agency issued an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) on SMS in 2009 that asked for public input on questions such as who should be required to implement an SMS, what type of records and documents should be kept, what regulations may already cover SMS and any concerns about making sure such systems are effective. Subsequently, an Aviation Rulemaking Committee, an industry advisory group the FAA chartered to provide recommendations, reviewed the comments resulting from the ANPRM. In its March 2010 report, the committee recommended that the agency proceed to implement SMS -- with appropriate protections -- for most segments of aviation. On October 7, 2010, the FAA issued a proposed rule that would require airports certificated under Part 139 to establish SMS for all airfield and ramp areas. Congressional action has mandated that the FAA develop a rule requiring all Part 121 operators to implement an SMS. The legislation directs the agency to publish a final rule by August 2012. The proposed rule was published in November 2010. The FAA is considering SMS regulations for other groups of aviation service providers, including Part 135 operators and Part 145 repair stations. The agency is sponsoring voluntary SMS implementation by Part 121, 135, and 145 organizations to provide learning and experience for both industry and the FAA in SMS development, implementation and oversight
Swiss cheese model  - explained
 
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The Swiss Cheese model of accident causation is a model used in the risk analysis and risk management of human systems, commonly aviation,engineering, and healthcare. It likens human systems to multiple slices of swiss cheese, stacked together, side by side. It was originally propounded by British psychologist James T. Reason of the University of Manchester in 1990 (Reason 1990), and has since gained widespread acceptance and use in healthcare, in the aviation safety industry, and in emergency service organizations. It is sometimes called the cumulative act effect. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_cheese_model Created at http://www.b2bwhiteboard.com
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Risk Assessment Importance in different disciplines - Jacob A. McLean
 
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In this video, PECB Partner, Jacob A. McLean, Managing Director at KTMC, explains the importance of risk assessment in different disciplines. He also mentions the classification of risks and the way people understand risks. Furthermore, he describes the procedure how identification aspects should be considered and how risk analysis should be defined. For more, please watch the video. For more information: https://www.pecb.com/
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Human Factors; Organisational Change
 
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This video is for the online Human Factors self assessment tool, by Step Change in Safety. Contact [email protected] if you would like to find out more. Introduction Organisational change can cover a variety of changes in an organisation. This can range from minor changes to supervision arrangements through staffing levels and changing roles / responsibilities etc. to bigger changes such as combining departments or even company mergers / acquisitions. The key issue is the identification of how the changes could affect safety, particularly the control of major accident hazards. Excessive workload, lack of competence, poor communications, problems in team-working conflicting or changing priorities and low morale can all be signs of poor management of organisational change. Organisational changes are often very difficult to analyse and therefore manage and control. This is because typically organisational change is less well understood than the more physical engineering change. However, guidance is available which provides a structured approach to assessing the risks associated with organisational change (see references). The main focus of the questions in this part of the assessment tool is on change at an operational and site level.
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Disaster Management PSM Video
 
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This video is based on the Disaster Management chapter from PARK Textbook of COMMUNITY MEDICINE.
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Manual accidents, biological risk control, and quality indicators - Video abstract [77490]
 
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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
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Managing the Risks - Fire and Life Safety - Presentation 4 of 9
 
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UT Dallas Student Organization Risk Management Training Module 4 of 9. Topic - Fire and Life Safety. **Note there is no Audio** **Note Each slide plays for 30 seconds. If you need more time to read, please, pause the video when needed.**
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Hazard Reporting Solution Demo: Hazard Management Tool Update
 
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Aviation Safety Risk Management Software Welcome to our demo tutorial for SMS Pro’s Hazard Reporting Solution. This solution is designed for operators who have smaller safety budgets, are in Phase 1 or 2 of their programs, or need superior hazard reporting, managing, and analysis tools. The Hazard Reporting does just this, by providing a lightweight but robust, first rate risk management tools that meet SMS requirements. The primary benefits that this solution provides are designed for effective reactive risk management; they include: • Many Safety Hazard Reporting Options • Comprehensive Issue Management capabilities • Policies and Procedures management • Hazard Analysis Charts and Graphs • Employee Communication • And the Executive Dashboard The Hazard Reporting saves you time and money, improves safety performance, and drives the kind of results that auditors love to see. Safety managers will receive email alerts of reported issues with each step required of the manager that included links to the Issue Manager module. Almost all of this module’s features are fully ---able to meet the particular needs of each organization. In this module, management and department heads have many options to thoroughly examine issues. See a list of all issues and select which issue they would like to inspect. After selection an issue, managers are able to manage the issue through the tabs along the top, conveniently moving from left to right. As said, most of the features in each tab are fully configurable. First managers can review all of the details of an in issue. After this, the first thing managers will do is assess risk in the Assess tab by • Writing an if-then statement • Assessing the risk • And justifying the assessment After the risk has been assess, a green check mark will appear in the tab. After this managers can • Email custom reports to outside agencies • And set target closure and review dates The next thing managers will want to do is Classify the issue in the classify tab. In the classify tab managers will first want to assign which of the organization’s departments and responsible managers will manage the issue. The safety manager can then classify the issue by dragging and dropping classifications for the • Type of issue • Associated hazards • Human factors • Root causes • Associated policies and procedures • And parts and locations. All classifications are fully configurable and can be edited as necessary. Also, safety managers can optionally recommend corrective preventive actions, or add attachments. Once the issue has been classified, a checkmark will appear on the tab. After the issue has been classified, two things happen. The assigned department head will be able to manage the issue in the Manage tab, and the safety manager can manage any relevant attachments, and conduct an in depth investigation if deemed necessary. If an investigation has been started, a clock symbol will appear in the tab. Any part of the investigation can be flagged as a lesson learned in order to prevent similar events from happening in the future. Lessons learned can be views in the Lessons Learned Library under Safety Promotion. During the investigation, safety managers have many options to explore the issue in great detail. In the Manage tab, the department head will use corrective actions to manage the issue, add comments on the progress of the issue, write their own risk statement, and update progress of the issue. Once all of the corrective actions are complete, the safety manager will receive an email notifying them that they can perform a closing assessment on the issue. If a review is deemed necessary, a review date can be set. Once initial and final assessments have been made, double checkmarks will appear on the assess tab.
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Incident Management -  Managing The Risk
 
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10 Steps to Cyber Security - Incident Management All organisations will experience security incidents at some point. Investment in establishing effective incident management policies and processes will help to improve resilience, support business continuity, improve customer and stakeholder confidence and potentially reduce any impact.
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Best of Velocity: What, Where and When Is Risk in System Design?
 
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Johan Bergström, Associate Professor at Lund University, Sweden, will introduce the notion of risk in system design. Following up on Richard Cook's highly appreciated talk on safety in complex systems, during last year's Velocity conference, Johan will introduce how our risk management strategies are affected by our very perceptions of risk as a concept. Are we running risks or taking risks? Are we successful when we take risks or when we avoid them? Can risk ever be controlled, contained, mitigated or measured? One risk we might have to take (or run?) is that the lecture will raise more questions than it will suggest answers. About Johan Bergström I'm a researcher and university teacher at Lund University in southern Sweden. I conduct research mainly within the fields of Systems Safety and Cognitive Systems Engineering, but in the spring of 2013 I will begin postdoctoral research on the more grand-scale topic of Societal Resilience. On June 15 2012 I defended my doctoral dissertation entitled: Escalation: Explorative studies of high-risk situations from the theoretical perspectives of complexity and joint cognitive systems. A central aim of the thesis work was to study how an organization adapt to situations that change from normal to non-normal and potentially further on to a state of crisis. The research was conducted in several high-risk domains, such as aviation and shipping, but mainly within health care. The reason is that health care offers a tremendous level of complexity in a rather enclosed space, making it accessible for a PhD candidate to study. Since January 2012 I am responsible for running the Master Program of Human Factors and Systems Safety from Lund University. The program is a distance-based program involving practitioners from different safety-critical industries and different parts of the world. The different courses are focusing on the new view of human factors and systems safety, accident theory, complexity theory, the ethics of safety, and to prepare the students for their thesis work we also have a course in research design and critical reading of scientific literature. Apart from the research and teaching activities at the university I have my own company JB Safety Education and Consulting AB. Under the umbrella of this company I offer a great variety of consultancy services, including accident investigation, the development of team training programs, safety culture assessment and oversight of safety management systems. I am often hired as a lecturer for different audiences. I teach accident theory, complexity theory, team performance, resilience engineering and risk management.
Views: 2068 O'Reilly
Safety Solutions: Distracted Driving
 
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Distracted driving is one of the major causes of motor vehicle accidents today. This edition of Safety Solutions discusses the four types of distractions - manual, auditory, visual, cognitive - and teaches proper skills to avoid distracted driving. For more safety solutions and risk management resources, visit www.protectiveinsurance.com and click on Loss Prevention. *Disclaimer* This video and its content are designed to provide general driving and road safety information. It is not intended to be a substitute for real life driver instruction or training. Please know all the variables posed in the real life application of the information provided herein are beyond the scope of this edition of Safety Solutions. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, Protective Insurance Company does not warrant that the information contained herein is free from error or is all inclusive. Protective Insurance Company does not guarantee or accept any legal liability arising from or connected to the adequacy, completeness, accuracy, or appropriateness of the material, and is not responsible for any omissions or inaccuracies obtained from other sources or caused by human error. The appearance of an individual, organization, or third party web address in this video is not intended as, or in any manner serves as, an endorsement of that individual, organization or website.
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Hazard Reporting  OSHA Compliant Health and Safety SAP SuccessFactors Solution Extension (Sodales)
 
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Employee Health & Safety (EHS) Most organizations are using paper based process to report H&S incidents and accidents. The paper based process requires a lot of control systems to ensure that information is properly recorded. In addition, there is a lack of analytics for management to make informed decisions. The Employee Health & Safety App is a Success Factors Extension app helps organizations take their reactive H&S environment to a more proactive system. The EHS App allows incident creation using OSHA compliant forms, claims and disability management and H&S reporting. Features  Using WHS or OSHA compliant standard forms, employees can create H&S incidents  Investigate incidents and perform root cause analysis  Configurable Workflow management for incidents  Track accidents by location and perform employee training  Monitor and manage H&S KPIs and foster a healthy culture  Manage costs arising from disabilities and worker’s compensation  Attach doctor notes, incident reports, and other critical form with each occurrence  Sensors based monitoring for noise, temperature, lights, and other work conditions
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HCS/451 Week 3 Health Care Organizations Presentation
 
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HCS/451 Week 3 All Options listed below are Included in the Week 3 tutorial purchase! Learning Team: Quality Dimensions and Measures Table Paper Includes Option#1 - 1,327 words! Includes Option#2 - 1,846 words! Includes Option#3 - 1,383 words! Includes Option#4 - 1,854 words! Includes Option#5 - 1,352 words! Includes Option#6 - 1,224 words! Instructions: As a team consider the following scenario: On Dec. 7, 2000, the Cincinnati OSHA office heard through media and police reports that there were two deaths at a nursing home in Ohio. OSHA determined that the FDA should take a lead role in performing an investigation. Since the nursing home had many residents who had unhealthy respiratory systems, the nursing home routinely ordered and received tanks that contained pure oxygen. During one delivery, the supplier mistakenly delivered one tank of pure nitrogen in addition to the three tanks of pure oxygen that had been ordered. The nitrogen tank had both an oxygen and nitrogen label. An employee at the nursing home connected the nitrogen tank to the nursing home's oxygen delivery system. This event caused two nursing home residents to die, and three additional nursing home residents were admitted to hospitals in critical condition. Within the following month, two of these three additional residents also died, bringing the total death toll to four. Note: Based on accident # 837914 www.osha.gov. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which your team compares the Normal Accident Theory to the Culture of Safety model. Include the following in your paper: • Explain what factors can play a role in organizational accidents similar to the one highlighted in the scenario: • How can organizational processes give rise to potential failures? • How can certain conditions influence errors and violations within the workplace? (e.g., operating room, pharmacy, intensive care unit) • The errors and violations committed by "sharp end" individuals • How the breaching of defenses or safeguards affect these accidents • Explain why the FDA, not OSHA, was responsible for investigating this case. • Explain how the Culture of Safety model could have been applied to reduce risk in this scenario. • Explain the five general principles used in the Culture of Safety model. • Explain actions that could have been taken to manage risk by applying each of the five general principles used in the Culture of Safety model to this scenario. Cite at least 3 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references and your textbook to support your information. Format your paper according to APA guidelines. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your paper
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Challenger - A Case Study in Risk Management
 
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No copyrights infringement, all rights and footage belonged to the History Channel. Video is strictly for educational purposes.
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Managing Time
 
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Health Care Organizations 2 1 1
 
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HCS/451 Week 3 All Options listed below are Included in the Week 3 tutorial purchase! Learning Team: Quality Dimensions and Measures Table Paper Includes Option#1 - 1,327 words! Includes Option#2 - 1,846 words! Includes Option#3 - 1,383 words! Includes Option#4 - 1,854 words! Includes Option#5 - 1,352 words! Includes Option#6 - 1,224 words! Instructions: As a team consider the following scenario: On Dec. 7, 2000, the Cincinnati OSHA office heard through media and police reports that there were two deaths at a nursing home in Ohio. OSHA determined that the FDA should take a lead role in performing an investigation. Since the nursing home had many residents who had unhealthy respiratory systems, the nursing home routinely ordered and received tanks that contained pure oxygen. During one delivery, the supplier mistakenly delivered one tank of pure nitrogen in addition to the three tanks of pure oxygen that had been ordered. The nitrogen tank had both an oxygen and nitrogen label. An employee at the nursing home connected the nitrogen tank to the nursing home's oxygen delivery system. This event caused two nursing home residents to die, and three additional nursing home residents were admitted to hospitals in critical condition. Within the following month, two of these three additional residents also died, bringing the total death toll to four. Note: Based on accident # 837914 www.osha.gov. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which your team compares the Normal Accident Theory to the Culture of Safety model. Include the following in your paper: • Explain what factors can play a role in organizational accidents similar to the one highlighted in the scenario: • How can organizational processes give rise to potential failures? • How can certain conditions influence errors and violations within the workplace? (e.g., operating room, pharmacy, intensive care unit) • The errors and violations committed by "sharp end" individuals • How the breaching of defenses or safeguards affect these accidents • Explain why the FDA, not OSHA, was responsible for investigating this case. • Explain how the Culture of Safety model could have been applied to reduce risk in this scenario. • Explain the five general principles used in the Culture of Safety model. • Explain actions that could have been taken to manage risk by applying each of the five general principles used in the Culture of Safety model to this scenario. Cite at least 3 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references and your textbook to support your information. Format your paper according to APA guidelines. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your paper
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SMS Pro Hazard Reporting Solution Demo Video: Hazard Management Tools HD
 
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Aviation Safety Risk Management Software SMS Pro Features for Best Aviation Safety Management System Welcome to our demo tutorial for SMS Pro’s Hazard Reporting Solution. This solution is designed for operators who have smaller safety budgets, are in Phase 1 or 2 of their programs, or need superior hazard reporting, managing, and analysis tools. The Hazard Reporting does just this, by providing a lightweight but robust, first rate risk management tools that meet SMS requirements. The primary benefits that this solution provides are designed for effective reactive risk management; they include: • Many Safety Hazard Reporting Options • Comprehensive Issue Management capabilities • Policies and Procedures management • Hazard Analysis Charts and Graphs • Employee Communication • And the Executive Dashboard The Hazard Reporting saves you time and money, improves safety performance, and drives the kind of results that auditors love to see. Safety managers will receive email alerts of reported issues with each step required of the manager that included links to the Issue Manager module. Almost all of this module’s features are fully ---able to meet the particular needs of each organization. In this module, management and department heads have many options to thoroughly examine issues. See a list of all issues and select which issue they would like to inspect. After selection an issue, managers are able to manage the issue through the tabs along the top, conveniently moving from left to right. As said, most of the features in each tab are fully configurable. First managers can review all of the details of an in issue. After this, the first thing managers will do is assess risk in the Assess tab by • Writing an if-then statement • Assessing the risk • And justifying the assessment After the risk has been assess, a green check mark will appear in the tab. After this managers can • Email custom reports to outside agencies • And set target closure and review dates The next thing managers will want to do is Classify the issue in the classify tab. In the classify tab managers will first want to assign which of the organization’s departments and responsible managers will manage the issue. The safety manager can then classify the issue by dragging and dropping classifications for the • Type of issue • Associated hazards • Human factors • Root causes • Associated policies and procedures • And parts and locations. All classifications are fully configurable and can be edited as necessary. Also, safety managers can optionally recommend corrective preventive actions, or add attachments. Once the issue has been classified, a checkmark will appear on the tab. After the issue has been classified, two things happen. The assigned department head will be able to manage the issue in the Manage tab, and the safety manager can manage any relevant attachments, and conduct an in depth investigation if deemed necessary. If an investigation has been started, a clock symbol will appear in the tab. Any part of the investigation can be flagged as a lesson learned in order to prevent similar events from happening in the future. Lessons learned can be views in the Lessons Learned Library under Safety Promotion. During the investigation, safety managers have many options to explore the issue in great detail. In the Manage tab, the department head will use corrective actions to manage the issue, add comments on the progress of the issue, write their own risk statement, and update progress of the issue. Once all of the corrective actions are complete, the safety manager will receive an email notifying them that they can perform a closing assessment on the issue. If a review is deemed necessary, a review date can be set. Once initial and final assessments have been made, double checkmarks will appear on the assess tab.
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Safety Management System | 4HSE
 
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A complete web-based service for the management of Health and Safety in the workplace. Manage the deadlines, assess the risks and planning all the activities. Organise your work better! 1. Unlimited number of users 2. Free updates 3. Daily automated backup 4. Different users access 5. Share in real time 6. Web-based system See more on: https://www.4hse.com ___ What you can do with our HSE software: - Enter locations and manage information and roles - Map work environments, equipment and substances - Describe and manage work phases - Carry out risk assessment - Enter the safety organisation chart - Manage PPEs: registration, assignment and validity - Plan training: courses and editions - Establish maintenance plans for equipment and environments - Set up health monitoring - Enter and archive documents (unlimited space) - Manage expiry dates: calendar and alerts Free trial: https://goo.gl/u8gRNi View demo: https://goo.gl/KzmLu5
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Occupational Accident Insurance - (855) 234 - 0472 - U.S. Risk
 
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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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Compelling Priorities for Global Health, at the Columbia University World Leaders Forum
 
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A discussion featuring an address by Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO). The world today is trying to manage health risks associated with population growth, climate change, deforestation, institutional collapse, state failure, accidents, human error, war and terrorism. The full range of risks include infectious disease outbreaks, biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear spill-overs or attacks, multiple hazards, food insecurity, state fragility and cyber security failure or attacks. This is a breath-taking range of risks and no single institution can tackle it alone. It truly is humanity's common concern. As the UN agency responsible for global health, the World Health Organisation (WHO) is the organizational expression for humanity's common concern and we are honored to have the recently elected Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom address us on the priorities for his leadership. To discuss and debate with Dr. Tedros, we are delighted to have world leading experts in development, disease control and prevention and climate change and health dissect the opportunities and challenges in managing the health risks the world faces today. Welcoming Remarks: Lee C. Bollinger, President, Columbia University in the City of New York Introduction by: Jeffrey D. Sachs, University Professor; Director, The Center for Sustainable Development in the Earth Institute; Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University in the City of New York Participants: Jeffrey D. Sachs, University Professor; Director, The Center for Sustainable Development in the Earth Institute; Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University in the City of New York Elizabeth Cameron, Senior Director, Global Biological Policy and Programs, Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) Gavin Schmidt, Director, NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies, The Earth Institute, Columbia University Moderator: Wilmot James, Former Shadow Minister of Health (South Africa); Visiting Professor of Pediatrics and International Affairs, Columbia University in the City of New York
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Aubrey Daniels/Judy Agnew: Safe by Accident - How to Use Discipline
 
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Discipline is overused in most organizations because of a lack of understanding of human behavior. Watch as Dr. Judy Agnew describes the troubling side effects of discipline, why the message it usually sends is really "just don't get caught" and what an organization should do first instead. http://aubreydaniels.com/ http://www.safebyaccident.com http://aubreydaniels.com/judy-agnew-phd http://info.aubreydaniels.com/safe-by-accident/
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#7 Issue Manager (continued) - Risk Management SMS Pro - Safety Management System, April-2010
 
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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.
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What Causes Accidents - Safety Training Video - Preventing Accidents & Injuries
 
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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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OSHA Reporting – Health and Safety SAP SuccessFactors Solution Extension (Sodales)
 
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Employee Health & Safety (EHS) OSHA Logs ( SAP SuccessFactors Extension) Most organizations are using paper based process to report H&S incidents and accidents. The paper based process requires a lot of control systems to ensure that information is properly recorded. In addition, there is a lack of analytics for management to make informed decisions. The Employee Health & Safety App is a Success Factors Extension app helps organizations take their reactive H&S environment to a more proactive system. The EHS App allows incident creation using OSHA compliant forms, claims and disability management and H&S reporting. Features  Using WHS or OSHA compliant standard forms, employees can create H&S incidents  Investigate incidents and perform root cause analysis  Configurable Workflow management for incidents  Track accidents by location and perform employee training  Monitor and manage H&S KPIs and foster a healthy culture  Manage costs arising from disabilities and worker’s compensation  Attach doctor notes, incident reports, and other critical form with each occurrence  Sensors based monitoring for noise, temperature, lights, and other work conditions
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Carilion Clinic Emergency Management:   Making the Right Call
 
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Hospitals must be high reliability organizations – the types of institutions that succeed in avoiding catastrophe despite an environment where normal accidents can be expected due to risk factors and complexity. Daily, we are faced with challenges that test our ability to maintain the high-quality care we offer to patients. Decisions can be difficult during times like these. This short video will help you through the decision-making process.
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Process Hazard Analysis - Starting Point
 
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For the full course, visit www.icarus-orm.com/academy An introduction to the Process Hazard Analysis Certification Course taught by Icarus-ORM. This is the starting point of conducting a HAZOP, LOPA and SIL Study. The certification course will teach you how to: -Frame a risk-based decision appropriately -Exhaustively identify risks -Generate operationally sustainable design changes -Quantify uncertainty using probability -Structure and evaluate decisions using HAZOP and LOPA to determine the best alternative and communicate evaluation results -Use the basics of Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Study -Build decision competency into an organization Any questions? Visit www.icarus-orm.com.
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