The Hidden Dangers of Safety Perception Gaps

The Hidden Dangers of Safety Perception Gaps

  Are your safety and risk management strategies and practices aligned?   March 27, 1977 – Two Boeing 747 jets collided on a runway, killing 583 people and making it the deadliest commercial accident in aviation history. Despite “engineering-out” some of the risks present in the 1970s, the Tenerife Disaster still holds pertinent lessons learned. […]

Raising the Standard for Safety and Operations Risk

Raising the Standard for Safety and Operations Risk

A feat of modern engineering, buildings around the world are growing notably taller and more impressive as they combine innovation, technology, and functionality to set new standards to the definition of “Skyscraper.” The fourth tallest skyscraper in China, the eighth tallest in the world, the Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) stands at […]

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 […]

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