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Culture assessment

When persistent problems plague your organisation, talking your way out of the rut might seem like the least productive fix. Yet involving people in the process of improvement through conversation is a powerful way to rediscover what’s most important to your organisation’s success. David Jackson is...

It's possible to build an open and collaborative culture still hold people accountable for their actions, says Colin Hewson....

Monitoring and management gets complicated when distinct operators and contractors collaborate on a shared project. Not only are there different personalities and work practices to merge - not everyone shares the same ideas about safety culture. And that can lead to lapses especially in environments...

Most safety culture change programmes start with a buzz of excitement and high expectations. But as time goes by, loss of momentum and dwindling enthusiasm risks your programme going stale. "During our programme's honeymoon we expected things would change, but it wasn't that immediate. Then we...

Excellent safety processes and procedures are important, but alone they aren’t enough to change embedded attitudes, values and beliefs that lurk behind persistent unsafe behaviour in your organisation. “Accidents were going down, but not quickly enough. We realised that you have to tackle underlying cultural causes....