I was heavily influenced by a HSE publication ‘Organising for Safety’, led by Dr Donald Broadbent. This post provides a key conclusion from this report and considers its relevance over 20 years later.
Violations of procedures are a significant cause of many workplace accidents. This post introduces this type of human failures and includes a Briefing Note with strategies to prevent violations.
Nimrod XV230 was due to a catalogue of organisational failures and the lessons are relevant to any high-hazard or complex organisation.
This blog provides ten questions to help stimulate discussion and reflection on leadership, culture and priorities.
Expect the unexpected. Past success can lead to complacency. How can organisations become mindful?
Discusses the parallels between the Nimrod incident and healthcare
The first of several posts related to organisational failures highlighted in The Nimrod Review