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2/08/20212243The Swiss Cheese ModelPoor SC leads to:oIncreases in number of defensive weaknessesoDeeper erosion of defensive barriersoKnown deficiencies are not rectified/managedSafety Culture (SC)U O W44Reason’s SafetyCulture ModelU O WFive interconnecting componentsof a positive safety culture
2/08/202123An informed culture45Safety CultureDrives the team towards arespectful fear of hazardsEncourages people to act andbehave safely, while shaped bycompany controls (SMS)Leads the people to think andbelieve in safetyU O WAn informed culture46Safety CultureU O WHow A Systems Approach Can Change Safety CultureWatch in your own time (we will revisit in week 4)
2/08/20212447Hudson’s Safety Ladder`Hudson’s safety culture1.Generative2.Proactive3.Calculative4.Reactive5.PathologicalU O W-centre/safety-culture-and-leadership-professor-patrick-hudsonTutorials this week (Wk 2)48PLEASE COMPLETE SURVEY ON MOODLETeam formation - based on survey results onMoodlePrepare your responses to tutorial questions
2/08/20212549Next week (Wk 3)SMS Element 2 PlanningRisk Management (RM):Very important for Ass 2 and 3Tutorials Wk3:Case study activity - Hazard ManagementPrepare your responses to tute question(s)U O W50ReadingsArcher, R, Borthwick, K, Travers, M, Ruschena, L (2018),WHS: A MANAGEMENT GUIDE, 4th edn, Cengage Learning,Victoria.Cooper, MD (2000), ‘Towards a model of safety culture’,Safety Science, Vol 36, pp 111-136.Carrillo, R. (2019). The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership: Achieving Success through Employee Engagement (1st ed.).Routledge. Carrillo, RS (2005), ‘Safety Leadership’,Professional Safety, vol 50 (7), pp 31-34Hopkins, A (1999), “For whom does safety pay’- The case of major accidents’,Safety Science, Vol 32, pp 143-153.Hopkins, A. (2006). "What are we to make of safe behaviour programs?"Safety Science44(7): 583-597.Clarke, S., Guediri, S.,and Lee, A. (2017). Leadership and Safety-A Self-Regulation and Social Learning Perspectivein Kelloway, E., Nielsen K., and Dimoff J. (eds) (2017).Leading to occupational health and safety: how leadership behavioursimpact organizational safety and well-being, Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken. Ch 1. (online format available via UOW library)ILO (nd), viewed 2 Aug 2019, <" target=_blank>>Lekka, C., Healey, N., 2012. A review of the literature on effective leadership behaviours for safety.HMSO.June 2016.Pilbeam, C., Davidson, R., Doherty, N., & Denyer, D. (2016).Networks of influence: practising safety leadership in low hazardenvironments. IOSH Research Report. . iOSH. co. uk/Books-and-resources/Health-and-safety-in-a-changing-world/Networks-of-influence-practising-safety-leadership-in-low-hazard-environmentsReason, J (1998), ‘Achieving a safe culture: theory and practice’,Work and Stress, Vol 12: 3, pp 293-306.

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