We provide practical training and customized workshops in:
Our Just Culture workshop offers an interactive series of operationally-focused exercises between legal and industry professionals to explore aspects of human performance vs. the law’s perspective of negligence and liability.
This training will focus on best practices in BowTie concepts and methodology that support the operational design and implementation of BowTie processes. It includes multiple examples of real world BowTies in safety critical applications.
This is not simply a course in software; instead, it presents the methodology at the working level needed for your subject matter experts to use the software and build a working BowTie that can be utilized immediately. Additionally, it provides the opportunity for the subject matter experts to engage in collective (team-based) BowTie construction, which is critical to the risk management process. The target audience includes professionals in risk, environmental, operations and engineering across all industries.
Provides on-demand coaching support tailored to fit your busy schedule and needs to support implementation of BowTie methods and software applications. This is NOT technical “IT support” type of coaching – instead, it provides practical one-to-one training on real world scenarios relevant to your business to teach the BowTie Hazard Analysis concepts in ways that are immediately relevant to you, your organization, and the challenges of your workplace
Your Coach will use recognized techniques that will accelerate learning and help develop in-depth competence to contribute to your organization and champion improvements to risk management. This approach facilitates self-learning allowing you to develop your own learning objectives, priorities, pace, budget and schedule.
Modeled on 5+ years of experience conducting Just Culture programs in Europe involving the aviation and rail industries, Aloft has created an accelerated workshop of practical exercises where members of industry and the judiciary work together and examine the different perspectives of human behavior. The exercises and facilitated discussions allow the participants to gain new insights on the key issues surrounding Just Culture in today’s world. The outcome is a new perspective on the concepts of an “honest mistake” v. negligence and liability, safety v. criminal investigations, safety reporting and organizational responsibilities.