Missing the Boat: Standards, Regulations, and Compliance Are Not Enough. Making Safety and Operations Risk Strategies Sustainable.

Missing the Boat: Standards, Regulations, and Compliance Are Not Enough

Making Safety and Operations Risk Strategies Sustainable   On July 24, 1915, the SS Eastland capsized at dock, killing more passengers than the Titanic. The cause? Reacting to the Titanic disaster and attempting to prevent it in the future, the international maritime safety officials declared a “lifeboats-for-all” movement. The US Congress followed, passing the LaFollette […]

Data Security, Privacy and Confidentiality in the Worker-Centric World of Safety and Operations Risk Management

Data Security, Privacy and Confidentiality in the Worker-Centric World of Safety and Operations Risk Management

A subject matter expert (SME) focus structured around process-centric methodologies and owned by relatively few is no longer sufficient. As companies embrace a sustainable culture of safety and operations risk management, there is a clear shift to a workforce-centric model driven by all members of the business. This shift is showing unmatched results. From greater […]

The Problem with Corrective Action and Preventative Action Management

The Problem with Corrective and Preventative Action Management

It happens every day. A failure occurs or almost occurs. They are reported and logged into a management system. An investigation takes place. A root cause is determined. Then, great effort is made to outline and detail appropriate corrective and preventative actions so similar failures will be less likely to occur in the future.   […]

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