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Critical Safety Thinking - Beyond Swiss Cheese and Equilateral Triangles

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We are excited to have Dave Fennell as our special guest speaker for our March Lunch and Learn! 

It’s 2017 and time to update our thinking on some of the basic safety models and principles on which the safety profession has grown … specifically the Incident Triangle and the Swiss Cheese model.

We must think critically to improve safety!   Dave Fennell will lead us through a discussion that will explore what these models should look like in 2017 and beyond, and how to apply them in an organization with a mature safety culture.

Learn how to apply them for continuous improvement in safety and how to use them for promoting leading edge safety practices.  Also learn how these new models can help you with incident investigations, safety culture, and worker involvement.

Dave Fennell will show us how to transform those good old Swiss Cheese and Incident Triangle models into dynamic models that will help you communicate safety expectations to management, supervisors and front line workers. Safety Professionals and managers will come away from this presentation with a new outlook on safety and their roles as critical thinkers

 


Speaker Bio: 

Dave Fennell - CRSP, BSc, CET, Dave Fennell Safety Inc. Cochrane Alberta 

Dave Fennell has been labeled “The Risk Tolerance Guru” because of his research and the development of materials that answer the question “Why do we take risks?”.   The video and materials on Risk Tolerance have been used around the world and have been translated into 9 different languages. 

Dave Fennell has retired from his roles as the Senior Safety Advisor for Imperial Oil and the Senior Technical Professional for Safety for ExxonMobil. He has a BSc. in Environmental Sciences, a diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP).  Dave has developed approaches to safety management that have produced results that are widely recognized and have been featured in several safety management videos.  He is a regular guest lecturer at the University of Alberta on Behaviour Based Safety and Human Factors in Engineering and Safety.  He has presented at conferences across North America inspiring safety professionals, management and workers on safety and always creating positive changes on safety.

The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering awarded Dave the distinction of being the Canadian Safety Professional of the Year


 

 

WHEN
March 21, 2017 at 11:30am - 2pm
WHERE
Chateau Louis Conference Centre
11727 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 3A1
Canada
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