Organizations, like people, are not infallible. To succeed requires diligence and, in some cases, grit. Safety integrated into the organization requires understanding the end user and how it will be used. Misses will happen: improve from each one.
World class achievement is a perpetual endeavor. Although each step that seems out of reach, forethought and willingness to change can strive to make it happen.
The constant for any organization is change: change in technology, change in process, change in management, change in the marketplace.
Organizations are only “living” entities if the words are applied off the paper.
Faced with a myriad of choices that all seem to be priority one places pressure for fast decision making.
At all costs isn’t a business strategy; rather, it erodes trust and burns people out. In safety, when the work process does not have safety process within, the pressure on performance does not align. Addressing unrealistic expectations and engaging stakeholders for resolution is a great way to improve performance at the right cost.