Safety culture, mindfulness and safe behaviour: converging ideas?
Jim Reason’s book, Managing the Risks of Organisational Accidents, is probably best known for its “Swiss cheese” model of how accidents occur, as well as for its distinction between active failures and latent conditions. Less well known is its penultimate chapter on safety culture, which is arguably the most useful discussion of this concept to have been published. Safety culture is one of a number of ideas currently seen as having the potential to move organisations to higher standards of...[Show more]
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