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From Accidents to Zero by Andrew Sharman
The traditional view is that building a robust, positive safety culture is complex, difficult, and takes a long time. But hold on! It doesn’t have to be that way!
Written in a highly engaging, accessible style that bypasses the usual technical jargon to deconstruct the mystery that surrounds what we have come to know as ‘safety culture’, From Accidents to Zero strips back the academic theory to provide a seductively simple but incredibly powerful practical guide to improving your safety culture right now. Combining positive psychology and organizational behaviour with proven safety methodology and calling on the works of Heinrich, Reason, Dekker, Kahneman, Hollnagel, as well as Greek philosophy, Buddhism and much more, this book provokes thought and provides pragmatic guidance with over 80 new ideas for action that will not only reduce accidents but also save lives in your workplace today.
"Thought-provoking and insightful. From Accidents to Zero progressively pushed me to see new connections and new ways to address organisation's safety culture and risk management challenges." Mieke Jacobs, Global Practice Leader - Employee Safety, DuPont
“A refreshing and practical introduction to Safety Management; Sharman writes with an engaging style that is both insightful and thought provoking." John Holt, Director HS&E Rolls-Royce plc
"This is a must-read. This book will change your approach to safety forever! Challenges your everyday thinking and provides innovative and proactive methods to truly integrate and embed safety into your company culture." Steve Bourke, EHS Director, Owens-Illinois
"With this book Andrew has removed the complexity to provide real-world insights and practical approaches to support the evolution of any organisational safety culture. Essential reading! " Dave Stephenson, Director of H&S, Burberry
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