Diane Chadwick-Jones, Director, Human Performance at BP

Diane Chadwick-Jones


Director, Human Performance
BP

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Human Performance and Risk Management with BP

Human Performance and Risk Management with BP

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Tuesday, 19 November, 2019

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019


3:30 PM Human Performance and Risk Management: How BP's Human Performance Framework is Improving Site Safety

• What is the link between safety incidents and risk management barrier weaknesses?
• Understanding and improving how people interact with the plant, processes, and each other to create a safe state
environment
• Investigating Safety Incidents
- Asking ‘what’ and not ‘who’
- Appropriate leadership reactions
- Developing an approach to understand the actions of humans in complex systems

Wednesday, 20 November, 2019

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019


12:15 PM Masterclass: Human Performance & Risk Management: The next step in the evolution of risk and incident management in hazardous industries

A human performance mindset acknowledges that to understand incidents, you have to understand the point of view of the people involved,
and how people interact in a system. Human factors and performance are the next step in the evolution of risk and incident management in
hazardous industries. This exclusive masterclass led by BP’s Hugo Ashkar and Diane Chadwick-Jones will provide practical tools and tips to help
you integrate human factors and human performance mindset into your safety and risk management programs.
· Understanding the actions of humans in complex systems
· What is the link between safety incidents and risk management barrier weaknesses?
· Identifying types of barriers: passive, active and procedural barriers - and using risk
management tools and principles to prevent future incidents
· Understanding and improving how people interact with the plant, processes, and each
other to create a safe state environment
· Investigating safety incidents:
· Asking ‘what’ and not ‘who’
· Appropriate leadership reactions
· Developing an approach to understand the actions of humans in complex systems
· How can you merge your safety rules with industry practices for better alignment?
· What can you learn from your project risk management efforts?
· Learning from human error by making “learning” the focus of the investigation, rather
than assigning blame
· Looking at how we, as leaders, react to incidents – and how leader reactions
determine how well organizations learn and prevent future incidents
· Developing a framework around human performance, including the elements against
which you should measure performance
· What do the current learnings of incidents tell you? How can you merge safety rules
with industry practices for better alignment, and thus expand your learning base?
· What can you learn from your project risk management efforts?