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Do you want to be professional at Incident Management?

Would you like to be professional, structured and efficient at Incident Management and in ‘Learning from Incidents’, then maybe you would like to join me in this training 4-8 November.

This training complies with Tripod Beta Practioner, and you’ll have the option to take the knowledge assessment for Bronze accreditation. 

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Take-aways from this year’s Task Force Zero safety conference

Did you miss the annual safety conference, Task Force Zero, in Esbjerg – last week, May 2nd? It is an event I always make room for. Oil Gas Denmark and their staff make a huge effort in organising inspiring speakers and making a platform for networking.


This year I was part of one of the panel sessions, to talk about how the Oil & Gas industry compares to other industries when it comes to work with safety & leadership. Watch the session here:

This year I found Brendan Hall particular interesting. I really like and support his message of creating a space where people can talk openly and honestly about mistakes, doubts, any kind of issue, and that this is how we create incident free workplaces. Watch his session here:


“Does stress have anything to do with safety?”

Right now we’re facilitating a serie of workshops to make safety relevant and concrete for people, who are almost never in ‘the field’, for a company with lots of people at the ‘sharp end’ every day. Some of the things they talk about are role models, travel policy, contracts, new markets, cultural differences, reverse parking and safety induction for guests. And then this question is often asked at some point during the workshop:

“Can we talk about stress today – or does that not have anything to do with safety?” That is a really good question – how would you answer this?

Often people based in the office find it difficult to relate to safety. They want to help “do better on safety” but what exactly are they expected to do? Where exactly can they make a difference? In these workshops they assess their culture in relation to the Safety Culture Ladder, and we facilitate discussions where they find tangible and conrete areas where they can make a difference for safety.

The workshops are based on the “Hearts & Minds” tool “Understanding Your Culture”. Read more about the “Hearts & Minds” toolbox here >>