Risk Assessment & Safety Management: Integrating Safety I & Safety II for Accident Prevention

The Risk Assessment & Safety Management System (RASM) used by programs around the world and provides a comprehensive approach for identifying the causes of accidents, assessing changing risk levels, and managing risk combing traditional Safety I methodologies (Avoiding That Things Go Wrong) with newer Safety II methodologies (Ensuring That Things Go Right). Learn how to analyze incident data to build graphical accident causation models (AcciMaps) and accident prevention models (PreventiMaps). Participants will apply these principles through case studies and small group collaboration. Diversity & inclusion, sexual harassment & assault and other safe space issues will be included in our examples.

• Learn how to implement the Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model (RASM) of Contributing Factor Analysis and Mitigating Factor Analysis to manage risk more effectively.
• Learn how the Safety I framework and Safety II framework are complementary parts of an overall risk management plan. Determine when factors are ‘in scope’ allowing actionable steps to be implemented for managing risk or ‘out of scope’ limiting organizational response.
• Understand the role that incident data collection plays in the analysis of accident and near misses through building AcciMaps and PreventiMaps.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how the Safety I framework and Safety II framework are complementary parts of an overall risk management plan
  • Understand the Systems Thinking Approach to risk management
  • Learn how a Risk Management Information System (RMIS) can provide rich data for implementing Safety I and Safety II principles
  • Learn how to assess your program by building AcciMaps and PreventiMaps
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Risk Assessment & Safety Management: Integrating Safety I & Safety II for Accident Prevention

The Risk Assessment & Safety Management System (RASM) used by programs around the world and provides a comprehensive approach for identifying the causes of accidents, assessing changing risk levels, and managing risk combing traditional Safety I methodologies (Avoiding That Things Go Wrong) with newer Safety II methodologies (Ensuring That Things Go Right). Learn how to analyze incident data to build graphical accident causation models (AcciMaps) and accident prevention models (PreventiMaps). Participants will apply these principles through case studies and small group collaboration. Diversity & inclusion, sexual harassment & assault and other safe space issues will be included in our examples.

• Learn how to implement the Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model (RASM) of Contributing Factor Analysis and Mitigating Factor Analysis to manage risk more effectively.
• Learn how the Safety I framework and Safety II framework are complementary parts of an overall risk management plan. Determine when factors are ‘in scope’ allowing actionable steps to be implemented for managing risk or ‘out of scope’ limiting organizational response.
• Understand the role that incident data collection plays in the analysis of accident and near misses through building AcciMaps and PreventiMaps.

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how the Safety I framework and Safety II framework are complementary parts of an overall risk management plan
  • Understand the Systems Thinking Approach to risk management
  • Learn how a Risk Management Information System (RMIS) can provide rich data for implementing Safety I and Safety II principles
  • Learn how to assess your program by building AcciMaps and PreventiMaps
Key Resources:
Other Resources: