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Wednesday 26th April, Session 4

Exploring safety culture in the military aviation context
Anthea Ashford, INM

While understanding safety culture has become an integral part of many safety management systems, considerable debate surrounding the concept remains. The contextual approach to exploring safety culture has gained interest, utilizing a combination of methods. The current study explored the meaning of safety culture and its underlying components within a military aviation organization. Qualitative analysis yielded six overall themes; these were then developed into a quantitative survey which was analyzed using components analysis to explore the underlying themes.

WORKSHOP: Latest advances in safety culture assessment
Michael Wright, Greenstreet Berman Ltd

Over past decades many safety culture assessment methods have been developed and applied to good effect. This workshop explores recent developments in the assessment of safety culture and lessons learnt from practice in how to achieve a successful assessment. Attendees will gain insight into latest safety culture assessment methods; practical advice on how to carry out effective safety culture assessments; and the opportunity to understand different approaches currently being taken by fellow attendees with regards to the assessment of safety culture.

 

Date & place

25 - 27 April 2017
Staverton Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire

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Sponsors

Human Applications
Osmond Ergonomics
Greenstreet Berman
K Sharp
ElsevierA
HITS
Towergate Insurance
Humanscale
Scandinavian Business Seating
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