LIVE WEBINAR
Addicted to Blame? How to Fix Your Root Cause Analysis and Your EHS Culture



JULY
22nd
11:00am ET


How often do we identify “human error” as the cause of workplace accidents, and how are we hurting our safety performance in the process?

This presentation will help EHS professionals break their blame addiction by giving 10 concrete steps they can take to improve their safety culture. Special emphasis is given to root cause analysis, exposing common fallacies and myths, and discussion of strategies to improve inspections and get a more complete picture of our safety practices. We’ll present examples based on real-life scenarios for discussion, and review best practices for communicating with employees that avoid labeling and strengthen the trust needed for engagement with our EHS culture.

This webinar will help you improve your safety culture and your root cause analysis. When you attend this presentation, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify and stop the use of labels like "unsafe workers" and "unsafe behaviors"
  • How to pay better attention to variance in safety behavior, and look for the good as much as the bad
  • How a good root cause investigation can build employee support and “buy in” for safety initiatives and improve your EHS culture
  • Key “why” questions that are fundamental to both approaches for determining root cause, whether you're investigating serious incidents, near hits/close calls, or hazards and risks identified through audits or inspections
  • How to use the results and findings of your investigation processes to the maximum benefit especially for establishing and completing corrective actions (CAs) to avoid incidents and accidents in the future

Bring your root cause analysis to the next level!

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIVE WEBINAR
Addicted to Blame? How to Fix Your Root Cause Analysis and Your EHS Culture



JULY
22nd
11:00am ET


How often do we identify “human error” as the cause of workplace accidents, and how are we hurting our safety performance in the process?

This presentation will help EHS professionals break their blame addiction by giving 10 concrete steps they can take to improve their safety culture. Special emphasis is given to root cause analysis, exposing common fallacies and myths, and discussion of strategies to improve inspections and get a more complete picture of our safety practices. We’ll present examples based on real-life scenarios for discussion, and review best practices for communicating with employees that avoid labeling and strengthen the trust needed for engagement with our EHS culture.

This webinar will help you improve your safety culture and your root cause analysis. When you attend this presentation, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify and stop the use of labels like "unsafe workers" and "unsafe behaviors"
  • How to pay better attention to variance in safety behavior, and look for the good as much as the bad
  • How a good root cause investigation can build employee support and “buy in” for safety initiatives and improve your EHS culture
  • Key “why” questions that are fundamental to both approaches for determining root cause, whether you're investigating serious incidents, near hits/close calls, or hazards and risks identified through audits or inspections
  • How to use the results and findings of your investigation processes to the maximum benefit especially for establishing and completing corrective actions (CAs) to avoid incidents and accidents in the future

Bring your root cause analysis to the next level!