Jim has worked for nearly 30 years in the Australian and Global minerals industry. He was involved in early developments of mining risk management and from 1998 he was Professor and Director of the Minerals Industry Safety and Health Center at the University of Queensland. Since September 2013, Jim has been self-employed, working for several clients including the International Council on Mining and Metals in the development of the new guide on Critical Control Management.
I saw Jim present after me in Australia and knew I had to get this presentation for our pod cast. I really am interested in the way Jim (and the industry) has taken a strong look at the connectivity between Critical Tasks and Critical Controls.
Special thanks to the CME 2015 Safety & Health Conference for this little tidbit. Enjoy and learn mucho! Thanks for being a part of the New View of Safety, High Reliability, and Risk. You make this pod cast a success.
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