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Charting a New Course: How Shifting Our Approach to Safety Culture Can Help Us Tackle Serious Injuries and Fatalities


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7/22/20 12:00 pm to 7/22/20 1:00 pm CDT

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Over the past two decades, businesses have become increasingly aware of the connection between the strength of their safety culture and their ability to achieve sustainable safety and operational excellence. Although it appears this focus on culture may have contributed, at least in part, to the significant reduction in total recordable incident rates over the past 20 years, rates of serious injuries and fatalities have been on a much slower decline. But why? In light of this, how should organizations respond?

Join Sean Baldry, product marketing manager with Cority, as he explores how slight shifts in our approaches to building robust safety cultures can assist us in addressing SIFs across our workplaces. During this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How changing the way we approach error and learning can help us address “blame culture” and encourage more open communication critical for solving problems.
  • How shifting the way we measure success in safety can provide us with access to new datasets necessary to understand how SIFs can emerge.
  • How leveraging technology can help us control our cognitive biases and ensure we’re focusing on the real causes of SIFs at work.


Sean Baldry, CRSP, Product Marketing Manager, Cority

Sean is a product marketing manager responsible for Cority’s health and safety solutions. He has more than 15 years of experience working in occupational safety and health in the construction, mining and manufacturing industries. Before joining Cority, Sean was the director of health and safety for LafargeHolcim’s eastern Canada division. He is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional.


Kevin Druley, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.

Kevin covers worker safety for Safety+Health.



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