Developing a Fair Culture
RSSB has undertaken research and created guidance on fair culture and safety culture for the rail industry. To be effective, organisations must promote learning from mistakes, rather than focus on blame. In a fair culture, employees know that safety is highly valued in the organisation, and continually look to improve performance.
Developing a fair culture helps individuals to talk more openly about their performance. This helps organisations to see errors, mistakes and violations as learning opportunities that can be used to improve safety and performance.
- What your culture looks like
- What a fair culture looks like
- What human factors and non-technical skills are
- How you make fair decisions
- How you develop a fair culture
- Action planning and strategic steps to develop a fair culture.
Who should attend?This course is suitable for all people working at a management or board level, and teams who would work towards implementing a fair culture development plan.
Paul Leach, Head of Human FactorsPaul has a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Occupational Psychology and is a Registered Occupational Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council. Since 2008, Paul has developed and delivered training across many aspects of human factors, including leadership, safety culture, competence and psychometric assessment, incident investigation and non-technical skills.
We work directly with organisations to develop and deliver this as a bespoke course, to help teams understand how to make system-wide improvements to foster a fair culture. The course will be tailored to the delegate group and business requirements.
If you would like to discuss a bespoke training course, remotely or at a location of your choice, please email email@example.com We will contact you and discuss your requirements to understand how we can tailor the course for your target audience.
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