PAPod 68 - Tony Muschara LIVE at NERC 2016

30Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence


Tony Muschara gave a great presentation at NERC 2016.  He knocked it out of the park.  I thought your should hear this presentation.  I asked and got permission to share this with all of you!  

NERC is the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.  The conference they have every year is a great one!  Check them out.

This podcast is sponsored by ULWHS.com.  Thanks for making the podcast go.
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Safety Moment - Tacit V Explicit Knowledge: Battle Royal!

27Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence


One of the most interesting parts about being human is this:  The stuff you know you know, the stuff you don't know, the stuff you don't know you know, and the stuff you will never know.   This is a tiny bit Donald Rumfeildian, I know, but the difference between the stuff you know and can talk about and the stuff you know and can't talk about is quite amazing.

Listen to this podcast.   It will make you think!  Thanks for making the podcast a hit.  It is sure fun to go on this ride with you.   
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PAPod 67 - Utilities, Power, and Human Performance - Stephanie Swindle

23Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence


Stephanie Swindle is the HU Program Lead for Georgia Power - Southern Company.  She is smart, experienced, fun, and has much to share.  Bob Edwards talked to her in the field and you get to listen to this very conversation.  I know you will like it.  

This podcast is sponsored by ULWHS.com.  

Thanks for listening to the podcast.  You have made this podcast the most popular safety podcast in the world.  Thanks!
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Safety Moment - Luck Has Nothing To Do With Safety

20Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence

Stop saying we got lucky and start figuring out what safeguards worked and what safeguards failed.  I promise you will be smarter.  Don't we all want to be smarter?

Thanks for listening to the podcast.  You make this baby go!!!!
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PAPod 66 - A Discussion on Human Error

16Apr

Safety Podcast, New Safety, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence, Resilience, Safety II, 

Human Error is so normal it is boring and uninteresting.   Human Error is never causal.  Human Error is misunderstood.   Human error is used incorrectly in safety learning and corrective action planning.

What do we do with all this information?  Listen to this episode of the PreAccident Podcast and see what you think. 

This episode is sponsored by ULWHS.com.  Thanks to you for making the podcast a hit.  Could not do it without you.
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Safety Moment - Data Happens Post Decision

13Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence

This discussion is pretty important.  You always know more after an event happens.  That sounds pretty obvious...and everything is obvious after it happens...but, we forget this in our organizations.  You don't know what will happen until you do the thing you are contemplating.  

Thanks for listing to the podcast.  You make the podcast go.

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PAPod 65 - Why is running hurdles like doing work? Lincoln Eldridge

9Apr

Safety Podcast, New Safety, Safety Learning, Human Performance, Safety II, Operational Learning


Meet Lincoln Eldridge.  Lincoln is the featured interview on this weeks PreAccident Podcast.  Lincoln is an accomplished Safety Specialist offering an outstanding performance record driving transformation of organizational safety cultures within the resources and energy sectors. Global experience in resource sites across USA, Canada and Australasia, leading and supporting organisations such as BHPBilliton, Rio Tinto, Anglo Coal, Aker Kvaerner, Boeing and Ergon Energy in strategic safety directives, safety performance acceleration and workforce engagement. A consummate leader known for capacity to engage at all levels to produce organisation-wide zero harm commitment. Exceptional research, analytical, and facilitation skills and able to partner with staff from the boardroom to the mine floor.

This podcast is sponsored by ULWHS.com
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Safety Moment - What got you here…won’t get you there!

6Apr

Safety Podcast, New Safety, Safety Learning, Human Performance, Safety II, Operational Learning


What got you this far... which is great and good and super... won't get you to the next level.  If you wan't a different outcome, you must do something different.

This Safety Moment talks about this very idea.    Listen carefully.  You just might learn something new.

Thanks for making the podcast go.  You are the reason this podcast exists.
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PAPod 64 - The Learning Team Coaching Sessions Episode

2Apr

Safety Podcast, New Safety, Safety Learning, Human Performance, Safety II, Operational Learning

So many people have asked about using Safety Learning Teams as a part of moving their organization towards the new view.  It was past time to do an episode of the Podcast on Learning Teams.   This episode features the power of using worker to both problem identify and problem solve.

Learning teams are a great way to engage workers, the folks who really know how the work is actually done, in identification of what the problem is (management is almost always wrong in problem identification) and solution identification and prioritization.  

Enjoy this episode.  You make it all happen.  We have broken 100,000 downloads and are still going strong. 

This episode is sponsored by ULWHS.com.   Thanks for listening
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Special Product Announcement: A new way to deliver procedures

1Apr

Safety Podcast, Safety Learning, High Reliability, April Fools, Human Performance, Safety II, New View Safety, Safety Leadership

It is now possible to beam procedures directly in to the head of the worker doing the work.  Imagine all the time and money that will be saved on writing, producing, printing, and distributing procedures when you have the ability to simply beam the procedure directly in to the head of the worker.

Think about it?
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