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How Self-Regulation Can Lead to a Positive Safety Culture

Changing a culture requires systematic effort over time. Moving too fast or too slow may interfere with daily operations and may not be sustainable. For change to be effective, it needs to:

  • involve everyone
  • focus on results
  • take a total systems approach
  • maintain the commitment — do not merely pay lip service.

The safety culture spectrum shows the attributes of different organisations, starting with the most prone to failure and moving to the right in increasing levels of trust and systems development. Ideally, operations should aspire to be resilient. To achieve this, an organisation needs to develop avenues for effective self-regulation.

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