What are some of the advantages of a safety management system that emphasize processes rather than individual behavior. Discuss two innovations that could be used to provide the necessary focus on injury and fatality prev
This information is found in chapters 3, 4 &5 of:
Manuele, F. A. (2014). Advanced safety management: Focusing on Z10 and serious injury prevention (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
(Manuele, 2014, p.)
Question 1 75 words
Why is it important for the safety practitioner to use macro thinking? Provide one or two examples that support your discussion.
Question 2 75 words
What are some of the advantages of a safety management system that emphasize processes rather than individual behavior?
Question 3 200 words
Discuss two innovations that could be used to provide the necessary focus on injury and fatality prevention that you feel should be adopted in your current (or past) organization and discuss how you would proceed in implementing them.
Question 4 200 words
In the conclusion to Chapter 4, Manuele states: “To avoid hazard-related incidents resulting in serious injuries, human error potentials must be addressed at the cultural, organizational, management system, design, and engineering levels, and with respect to the work methods prescribed.” Briefly discuss how each of these levels contributes to human error. Which one of these levels, if addressed, is likely to result in the greatest benefit for reducing human error reduction?