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Transcript of Three Activities
Diversity is what we
Inclusion is what we
Cultural Competency is what we
NEED TO DO IT
Cascade of Events
A number of contributing factors precede an incident, and none of these factors may be a 'red flag', but together they may gain enough critical mass for the incident to occur.
(Challenger Space Shuttle incident)
Dynamics of Accidents
Objective Hazards + Subjective Hazards = Accident Potential
OBJECTIVE OR ENVIRONMENTAL
Hale, Alan (1983) Annual Review-1983. National Safety Network.
As an industry we tend to be good at looking at physical and technical risk factors, but sometimes pay less attention to behavioral risk factors, which are an important part of risk management.
- Roberts, Gray, Moeller, Santa Fe Mountain Institute
Humanistic Risk Management
welcoming the differences and valuing/leveraging the strengths of our differences
inclusion is not just tolerance
you can't have diversity without inclusion
the ability to interact effectively across various dimensions of diversity; to flex with each other's differences
CULTURAL COMPETENCE (Y)
the unique differences between us
a person is not "diverse"
diversity isn't just about race
it's a process
there are levels
Risk = possibility of loss