PAPod 72 - Where LEAN and THE NEW VIEW intersect. Catherine Warner

28May

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


This week's PreAccident Podcast episode is all about the place where manufacturing and reliability meet...and it is so much bigger than quality, safety, production, and operations.

Catherine Warner is a Senior Safety Leader in manufacturing and brings to the podcast microphone a depth and understanding of what it is like to shift thinking towards managing success through reliability.  You will get much value from this podcast.

Thanks for listening and enjoy this episode.  This episode is sponsored by ULWHS.com.   
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Safety Moment - Climbing Everest with Bob Fitzgerald

25May

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


Bob is a long time safety thinker and leader.  His approach to safety is a bit different then most people.  Bob discusses how he thinks about his role and shares how you might think about your role as a safety person.   

This is a great safety moment.  Think how about how you view yourself.  Success is only ours when other succeed.   That seems like an important thought.  

Thanks Bob...and thank you for being a part of the PreAccident Podcast.  It only works because you listen.  
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PAPod 71 - BA Flight 038 - Failing Successfully Matters! Peter Burkill

21May

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


This episode is a gift from Oil and Gas Denmark.  Peter Burkill was the pilot of the ill-fated BA 038.  He has a story to tell and does he ever tell it.   Listen carefully, there is much here.

British Airways Flight 38 (call sign Speedbird 38) is a scheduled flight operated by British Airways from Beijing, China to London, United Kingdom. On 17 January 2008, local time 12:32 GMT, the Boeing 777 used for the flight, having completed the 8,100-kilometre (4,400 nmi; 5,000 mi) trip, crash landed just short of the runway at its destination.[1][2][3] There were no fatalities but from the 152 people on board, 47 people sustained injuries, one of them serious.[4] The 150-tonne aircraft was the first Boeing 777-200ER to be written off in the model's history,[5][6] and the first hull loss of any Boeing 777.  (wikipedia)


This episode is sponsored by ULWHS.  Thanks to them
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Safety Moment - Investigations Learn and Corrective Actions Fix

18May

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

This is the most important safety moment in a while.  

As goofy as this sounds - we tend to think of an investigation as a "fix."  Investigations are never fixes...investigations are done for one reason:  To learn and improve (that seems like two reasons - just go with it).   

Corrective actions fix.     Corrective actions are the result of learning.  Stop saying your company investigates in order to stop re-occurance... that is wrong. 

Thanks for listening.
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PAPod 70 - Lawyers, Risk, and New View Safety - Charlie Madison

14May

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


Today's episode is a discussion between Legal and Safety...Something that I try to normally avoid - because it never goes quite the way I want it to go.  But today is different, this conversation goes really, really well.  What a surprise!

We have to learn to invite Legal to the table earlier in our movement an process towards the new view.  It is time to know that if we talk to Legal about what we are doing in prevention - they are much better prepared to have conversations when we have to manage a failure.   Makes Sense...

This podcast is sponsored by SafeMap.     Thanks for listening and being a part of this community!
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Special Promotion - LIVE PODCAST AT HPRCT CONFERENCE

13May

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

HPRCT Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado still has plenty of room for YOU!!!

And to make things more interesting, We are going to do a LIVE PODCAST of the PreAccident Podcast form Colorado Springs during the conference.  More importantly, You are invited to be a part of the action.

There is still time and there is great professional development opportunity at this conference.  If you can make it happen, this is the year to show your support.  Thanks for listening to the Podcast and please think about being a part of the action.
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Safety Moment - Expertise exists at every level of the organization

11May

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

This safety moment just reminds us that expertise is everywhere in your organization.  You are not the sole owner of good ideas.  You don't really know how work is done.  You don't have a lock on operational knowledge.

The workers have an expertise that you can never have.  User of your systems know things about your systems you simply don't know.   

Knowing this makes life better.  Listen to this episode and enjoy!  Thanks for making the podcast great!
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PAPod 69 - The New View of Safety - Zach Woods and Mike Rayo

7May

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


Lets here from some of the millennial voices that are thinking about safety.  These voices are fresh and new and not encumbered by years and years of the old view making its way in to the thinking and actions about safety.

The language is changing - the language is moving from safety to resilience, from enforcement to reliability, the world is getting smarter and we are getting better.   Mike and Zach are young thinkers from The Ohio State University school of thought.  You will like this podcast.  

This episode is sponsored by ULWHS.com   Thanks for listening!
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Safety Moment - Humans have a bias towards optimism

4May

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


We believe we can do it!   

Humans have an unyielding bias toward success.  I would suggest this bias is what has kept us alive as a species and had led to much success and improvement.  It is not a bad thing.

It does make thinking about risk a bit complicated and tricky.   

Enjoy this episode.  I think you make the podcast a hit.  Thanks for listening.
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