To do this we design our services, solutions, platforms, apps and other innovations to not only make compliance easier but less costly. We aim to work smart, using smart people, partners and technology to deliver a user-friendly service, platform and innovations that deliver.
As a result our customers reduce their risk, increase safety outcomes and lower the cost in the process. Operating throughout Australia, from our Perth base, we deliver a highly personalised service 365 days of the year.
Prof Sidney Dekker is currently Professor at Griffith University in Australia, where he leads the Safety Science Innovation Lab. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University, USA and has previously worked in Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and England.
He was previously at Lund University in Sweden, as Professor of Human Factors and Systems Safety, before that was a Senior Fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and Visiting Academic in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. He also held an appointment as Professor of Community Health Science at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, in Canada.
Sidney has gained worldwide acclaim for his groundbreaking work on human error and safety. Sidney is the bestselling author of “Ten Questions about Human Error” (2005), “The Field Guide to Understanding Human Error” (2006), “Drift into Failure (2011), “Patient Safety” (2011), “Just Culture” (2012) and his latest book “Second Victim” will be out soon.
Todd Conklin spent 25 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory as a Senior Advisor for Organizational and Safety Culture. Los Alamos National Laboratory is one of the world’s foremost research and development laboratories; Dr. Conklin has been working on the Human Performance program for the last 15 years of his 25-year career. It is in this fortunate position where he enjoys the best of both the academic world and the world of safety in practice.
Conklin holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the University of New Mexico. He speaks all over the world to executives, groups and work teams who are interested in better understanding the relationship between the workers in the field and the organization’s systems, processes, and programs. He has brought these systems to major corporations around the world. Conklin practices these ideas not only in his own workplace, but also in the event investigations at other workplaces around the world.
Conklin defines safety at his workplace like this: “Safety is the ability for workers to be able to do work in a varying and unpredictable world.” Conklin lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and thinks that Human Performance is the most meaningful work he has ever had the opportunity to live and teach.
Today’s world is increasing in complexity and risks. Because of this, more insight and overview is required with regard to risk factors. And with that more useful information and communication is required for a safe working environment and reliable operation for all stakeholders.
We assist our customers to address three basic questions:
1. Do we understand what can go wrong?
2. Do we know what our systems are to prevent this happening?
3. Do we have information to assure us they are working effectively?
To deal with these questions and with constant change, companies need new and innovative means to manage their risks. Our goal is to offer world class barrier based risk management software solutions to identify and manage operational, tactical and strategic risks – from the work floor to a corporate level and across the enterprise.
We believe that barrier based risk management can contribute to less incidents, but also to better insight and knowledge transfer, improved efficiency, higher returns, cost savings, better quality and even a competitive strategic advantage.