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January 20, 2016

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Upcoming webinar: Safety is Broken with John Green

John Green, from Laing O’Rourke, has spent the last four years developing a new message for the industry: that “safety is broken” and needs to change, that safety needs to be done differently.

Kicking off 2016’s Barbour’s Webinar Series on the 12 February John will be presenting his case for change, drawn on his time working internationally and collaboration with key industry influencers and leaders. The webinar will cover:

  • How the industry is suffering from compliance overload and why people are not the problem;
  • Why zero harm is just an aspiration and success should not be measured on an absence;
  • Why safety management systems have become merely liability systems;
  • Why do we struggle with what goes right, why do we need to blame;
  • Using the “safety differently” model in the workplace.

Register for the ‘Safety is Broken’ webinar to find out how to influence change in your organisation.

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Keith Lyall
Keith Lyall
8 years ago

“safety is broken”?
Nice to see IOSH seemingly accepting this rhetoric.
Can I suggest a full and comprehensive debate on this topic?
I would argue we do not have enough “red tape”, we need to move away from this language