Presented by Anthony Gibbs, (CEO Sentis), Dr Amy Hawkes, (Head of Psychology at Sentis) and Warren Smith
Research suggests that one in five recordable incidents and near misses have serious or fatal outcome potential—regardless of the actual outcome severity. Yet many organisations struggle with underreporting and classification of their more serious incidents. Understanding the system and culture factors that contribute to underreporting and your organisation’s risk exposure is the first step to building a more mature reporting culture. In this webinar, Sentis CEO Anthony Gibbs will interview Dr Amy Hawkes, Head of Psychology at Sentis, and Warren Smith, Founder of Incident Analytics, to explore: • the importance of accurately identifying serious injury/fatality potential events • key drivers of underreporting • the importance of weak signals to future serious events • some practical ideas and strategies you can implement to improve the way your organisation responds to incident reports.
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About Anthony Gibbs
As CEO, Anthony is responsible for leading Sentis on its mission to change the lives of individuals and organisations for the better every day. He has worked with thousands of people, across hundreds of organisations globally, to develop safety culture solutions that support strategy and enable the person component to reach its full potential.
Anthony has been committed to the application of psychology to enhance human performance for over 15 years and his background as a psychologist managing addiction and chronic mental health treatment facilities has informed his cognitive-behavioural insight. Regarded as a dynamic facilitator and keynote speaker, Anthony has presented globally on safety, leadership, wellbeing and organisational performance.
About Dr Amy Hawkes
Amy is an endorsed organisational psychologist with experience in
organisational development, leadership, culture and wellbeing.
Experienced in both research and consulting, Amy has conducted
individual and organisational interventions, large research projects, and
has 10 years’ experience as an academic.
She is passionate about taking an evidence-based approach to improve
workplaces. As the Head of Psychology, Amy brings best practice insights
to business, strong statistical skills, and applied research methodology to
her work. Amy leads the research team and provides strategic guidance to
the assessment tools and reporting offered by Sentis.
About Warren Smith
Warren has a background in operations management, organisation development, HR management, leadership and culture development. His expertise in safety performance improvement has been developed over two decades working with large and medium sized enterprises to help them define a pragmatic path to safety performance improvement.
His specialist areas of competence include serious injury and fatality exposure management, leadership development and behaviour change, safety governance and systems alignment, and the human factors associated with error and reliability.