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Gaps in Leaders’ Understanding of How Organizational Safety Systems Impact Behavior Inspire New Book by Safety Experts Judy Agnew and David Uhl

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Atlanta, GA, August 19, 2021 –(PR.com)– In “Safe by Design: A Behavioral Systems Approach to Human Performance Improvement” (Performance Management Publications, Atlanta), safety experts Judy Agnew (Safe By Accident) and David Uhl make a compelling case for leaders to understand how their current systems truly impact behavior so that they can minimize blame and work cooperatively with the front line.

A thorough behavior analysis of safety incidents often points to organizational systems as the primary cause. Based on decades of research and work with many of the world’s leading corporations, Agnew and Uhl reveal how many companies design organizational systems with good intentions, but those systems often fail to produce the desired outcomes and can even undermine safety performance.

Every component of a Safety Management System (SMS) requires behavior for it to be operational. Ensuring the consistency of that behavior requires a…

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