Sidney Dekker Speaks on Safety, Diffently

Tuesday September 23, 2014 – Tuesday September 23, 2014

660 South College Avenue

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SIDNEY DEKKER Speaks on Safety, Differently

“A safety culture is a culture that allows the Boss to hear bad news”

“Seeing people as a problem to control, and measuring safety mostly as an absence of bad news, can hurt both safety and justice in your organization. “

“People are a resource to harness not a problem to control.”

“Responses to incidents and accidents that promote fear and repression can impede safety investigations, make organizations more bureaucratic and cultivate professional secrecy, evasion and



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