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Challenging the Safety Quo
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Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction 1 The Problem 2 The Cast List 3 The Maturity Relevance 4 The Paradigm Shift Part 1 Summary Part 2 Truths, Half-truths and Downright Myths 5 The Triangular Fallacy 6 The Priority Confusion 7 The Benefit Facade 8 The Number Crunch 9 The Measurement Folly 10 The Communication Gap 11 The Zero Paradox 12 The Worker Implication 13 The Safety Separation 14 The Systemectomy 15 The Miscellany Part 2 Summary Part 3 Your Context 16 The Bespoke Approach 17 The Leadership Bus 18 The Leadership Attribution 19 The Culture Cascade 20 The System Alignment 21 The People Postulation 22 The Future Evolution 23 The Highlights 24 The Resistance Appendices Index

About the Author

Craig Marriott is a senior safety professional with over 25 years' experience managing safety in high-hazard industries. From nuclear submarines and highly radioactive waste, to high-pressure gas pipelines and oil rigs, he has written safety cases and managed safety for some of the world's most hazardous operations.Craig specializes in providing safety leadership advice to organisations across the world and has worked with companies in the US, Canada, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.

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'Craig provides a refreshing perspective, moving past the bluster and pointing toward a more productive future for safety management. His approach challenges old assumptions, but in a practical way that gives us a way forward.' - Ron Gantt, Vice President, SCM 'Rating: 5 out of 5. Overall, I haven't been disappointed....it will be money well spent if you want to be a leader - at whatever level you find yourself in the safety world - because it could help you change how everyone thinks about safety.' - Richard Byrne, CMIOSH, IOSH Magazine

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