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Have you ever seen this video about the 2009 train derailment in Graniteville, SC?
Could have we learned these lessons before people were killed?
I love to use Safeguard Analysis to examine incidents and determine Causal Factors.
What were the Safeguards keeping this officer safe and how did they fail? (A failed Safeguard is usually a Causal Factor.)
Watch and leave a comment about your ideas …
See the video here: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/video-cyclist-near-miss-train-2330175
Is thinking that you are the best a sign of potential problems? (Especially for “routine” work?)
By any measure, the X-31 was a highly successful flight research program at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center, now the Armstrong Flight Research Center. It regularly flew several flights a day, accumulating over 550 flights during the course of the program, with a superlative safety record. And yet, on Jan. 19, 1995, on the very last scheduled flight of the X-31 ship No. 1, disaster struck.
View the video below or read about it here: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/dryden/news/X-Press/stories/2004/013004/new_x31.html
Leave your comments below. Complacency? Leave your comments below.
A tragic workplace accident.
A life lost.
You see the resolve on the faces in this video to never lose a co-worker … a friend … to this type of accident again.
What do you think about “paying attention” for preventing potential tragedies such as this? Leave your comments below and let’s share ideas to find and fix root causes.
What do you think of this accident investigation and lessons learned?
Here are some clips to get you ready to meet the real Captain Phillips – the Keynote Speaker on Friday at the 2015 TapRooT® Summit …
What can you learn from a 1964 video?
How they viewed human performance was certainly different.
What do we know that helps us do better today?
Could better root cause analysis have helped them then? After all, an engine failure in a helicopter is a serious accident to blame on the pilot.