Just Culture...Revisited. Lessons Learned from HindSight

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Just Culture...Revisited. Lessons Learned from HindSight

Overview

In safety-critical industries, the notion of Just Culture is seen as critical to learning, especially when things go wrong. It is also, of course, critical to our sense of justice and fairness, as well as healing. Just Culture is not only relevant in an internal organisational setting; it is incorporated into aviation regulation. This was the topic of HindSight magazine issue 35: Just Culture...Revisited.

In this webinar, Dr. Steven Shorrock, Editor-in-Chief of Hindsight Magazine, synthesises lessons from the diverse selection of articles from front-line staff, senior managers, and specialists in operations, Human Factors, safety, and law in the context of aviation, maritime, rail and healthcare. The webinar will reflect on the complexities of Just Culture, Just culture in practice in organisations, implications arising from artificial intelligence, and personal, professional, and legal and judicial perspectives.

Speaker(s)
Dr Steven Shorrock

Dr Steven Shorrock

Senior Expert Safety and Human Factors (EUROCONTROL)

Dr. Steve Shorrock is an interdisciplinary humanistic, systems and design practitioner interested in human experience from multiple perspectives, especially in a work context. Since 1997, he has provided consulting, research and training services in aviation, rail, chemical, energy, and healthcare sectors, to industry, government and inter-governmental organisations. His approach involves working with individuals and groups at all levels of organisations, front-line to CEO. He also works with the judiciary and national governments.

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