Seminar: Successful Safety Management


Successful Safety Management

Thursday 26 June, 2014 - London, UK

How should safety be managed? Is safety just another system property to be managed, along with many others, during development, operations and decommissioning? Or does it deserve special attention? Some sectors have introduced regulations and guidelines in an attempt to standardise the way that safety should be managed. Some have introduced formal safety management systems (SMS). All of these efforts are assumed to work, but sometimes may lead to unintended and unexpected behaviours. 

What can we all learn from these disparate approaches? Do staff in such organisations “buy-in” to the safety management policies and procedures? What can be done to create a true safety culture within a workforce?

The speakers will illustrate their approaches to implementing safety management within the constraints of their business. What is considered effective management and best practice will be highlighted. 

A programme for this event is available.

Slides from the event are now available below:

Simon Roberts - Bringing an SMS Manual to Life

Patrick Maw - Safety Management of Medical Devices

Jason Roberts - Indicators of Successful Safety Management

Steve Pestell - Kicking Against the Goads

Mark Machin - Macro Assurance

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