Webinar: High Reliability Organisations – Making it Real
The adoption of the principles of High Reliability Organisational (HRO) theory was a recommendation of the Review of All Fatal Accidents in Queensland Mines and Quarries to reduce the rate of serious accidents and fatalities. So how does one become a high reliability organisation and what does that journey look like?
About this event
This panel discussion will include a conversation on leadership as one of the primary challenges in creating an HRO and the need to embrace identity leadership to cultivate and promote a sense of shared social identity built around high reliability.
A case study will also be presented on one mining company’s journey towards becoming an HRO.
Panel Members: Susan Johnston, Alex Haslam and Bobbie Foot.
Moderator: Nikky LaBranche
This hybrid event is available to attend in person or online via Zoom.
This event is co-sponsored by UQ, Southern Queensland Branch and the Health & Safety Society.
JKMRC Lecture Theatre
40 Isles Rd
Wednesday, 10 November 2021
5.30pm – 8.00pm (UTC+10:00)