Episode #113 is a discussion with Aubrey Daniels, PhD, the founder and chairman of his firm Aubrey Daniels International. Today, we are talking about his most recent book titled Safe By Accident?, a book I really enjoyed, so I was happy to speak with him about creating an effective safety culture culture in an organization – what doesn't work and what does work? Why do organizations try to blame and punish their way to safety? What's a better alternative?
Lean thinkers and students of Dr. Deming will recognize a lot of the ideas here, I think. Please take a listen and check out his book…
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Disclosure: I was provided a free copy of the book for review by the publisher.
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