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This podcast series is about understanding diverse perspectives and emerging concepts in safety sciences, resilience and human factors. Each podcast is crafted as an open-ended discussion with scientists, subject matter experts, consultants and professionals in the safety domain with the view to create space for thinking and reflection.

Embracing Differences Nippin Anand

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This podcast series is about understanding diverse perspectives and emerging concepts in safety sciences, resilience and human factors. Each podcast is crafted as an open-ended discussion with scientists, subject matter experts, consultants and professionals in the safety domain with the view to create space for thinking and reflection.

    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? Part 4

    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? Part 4

    This is the fourth part of a six part series to explore the relationship between Just Culture and Learning with a diverse panel of experts. You will hear different perspectives on just culture and learning including legal, operational, academic and safety. Stay tuned for future sessions in this series.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? Part 3

    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? Part 3

    This is the third part of a six part series to explore the relationship between Just Culture and Learning with a diverse panel of experts. You will hear different perspectives on just culture and learning including legal, operational, academic and safety. Stay tuned for future sessions in this series.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? - Part 2

    Is Just Culture desirable for learning? - Part 2

    This is the second part of a six part series to explore the relationship between Just Culture and Learning with a diverse panel of experts. You will hear different perspectives on just culture and learning including legal, operational, academic and safety. Stay tuned for future sessions in this series.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    War on expertise: how to prepare and how to win

    War on expertise: how to prepare and how to win

    Expertise has become increasingly advanced and increasingly essential in settings requiring skilled decision-making, particularly under time pressure and uncertainty. And yet expertise has come under greater and greater assault from a variety of communities. In this podcast, the world renowned psychologist, Gary Klein will review these attacks, explain their flaws, and describe tactics for countering the critics and for promoting expertise in organisational settings.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Is Just Culture desirable for learning – Part 1

    Is Just Culture desirable for learning – Part 1

    This is a six part series to explore the relationship between Just Culture and Learning with a diverse panel of experts. You will hear different perspectives on just culture and learning including legal, operational, academic and safety. Stay tuned for future sessions in this series.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Meaning making in accidents (part 1): a true story

    Meaning making in accidents (part 1): a true story

    In this episode of embracing differences, we will listen to the story of a young seafarer, John William Soria, who suffered life-threatening injuries when he slipped and fell 8 meters deep into a ship’s steel tank and lost consciousness. John came very close to experiencing death in an accident that would change his life forever. Nearly 5 years after this accident, I met with John last week to understand what meaning he makes of this experience. Apart from his insights and reflections, you will discover in this podcast the power of learning by listening.

    • 1 hr

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