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Event Details

Tuesday, 25 February, 2020 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 26 February, 2020 - 17:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Location

Brisbane Marriott Hotel
515 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Australia

Cost

Safety II Practice workshop ( 25 - 26 FEB)  $990.00 ( Including GST) Sale ends 31 DEC

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Forge Works

Type

Endorsed Training

Join us and Forge Works on Tuesday 25 February ( 9am to 5pm) and Wednesday 26 February (9am - 5pm) for a 2 day workshop Safety II Tutorial and Safety II in Practice Workshop with Erik Hollnagel.

The aim of the workshop is to share experiences from how Safety-II has been used by various industries and in various practices. The workshop will give the participants an opportunity to present and discuss the lessons learned – good as well as bad, practical as well as methodological. The workshop will be a unique opportunity for safety professionals and researchers to interact with like-minded colleagues, to debate the strengths and weaknesses of Safety-II, and to share ideas for further developments.

EVENT DETAILS
Date:  Tuesday 25 February & Wednesday 26 February
Time: 9am - 5pm ( AEST ) 
Location: Brisbane Marriott Hotel, 515 Queen Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Cost: $990.00 ( On sale until 31st December. 

The workshop is open to everyone regardless of their level of experience with Safety-II (For newcomers it may be a good idea to attend the Safety II Fundamentals Workshop on Monday 24th Feb). It will address the use of Safety-II in a variety of fields and for purposes ranging from investigations, performance analyses, organisational management and development, individual and organisational learning, and resilience. The workshop will provide a unique opportunity to

  • Discuss and exchange experiences on how a Safety-II perspective can be used to analyse and manage complex socio-technical systems.
  • Receive feedback on and support for your own Safety-II projects.
  • Learn about the latest developments and application areas of Safety-II.
  • Develop a perspective on the long-term potential of Safety-II.

You can contribute actively to the workshop by submitting proposals for:

  • Topics or themes for panel discussions (preferably with a presentation or introduction, but open suggestions of themes are also welcome);
  • Presentations of ongoing or already completed work in industry and/or academia.
  • The relevance of a Safety-II perspective for individual and organisational learning.
  • The strategic management of Safety-II: how to introduce changes to routines and daily practice.

For each type of proposal, please provide a short abstract (about 200 words) with a summary of what you would like to present or discuss and how - or whether - you want to be involved. All proposals will be reviewed and comments to the submitters will be provided.

Please submit your abstract or suggestions to: info@forgeworks.com


Erik Hollnagel, CEO, Resilient Systems

                   

 

This is a Forge Works event endorsed by the AIHS. Registrants name and e-mail address are collected by both agencies, and you may receive follow-up invitations to other events