WEBINAR: STAMP - Identifying systemic threats to safety

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Jamie Elliott, DNV GL Jamie Elliot
Senior Consultant
Stuart Greenfield Stuart Greenfield
Senior Principal Consultant
STAMP (systems-theoretic accident model and processes) is a modern approach to safety in complex, high-hazard systems.
A modern approach to safety in complex, high-hazard systems

Despite our best efforts, catastrophic accidents still sometimes happen. When they do, it is rarely due to random failures of independent components or people. More often it is due to systemic issues. STAMP looks for unsafe actions and tries to understand how they could occur due to issues such as people’s incorrect ‘mental models’ and poor feedback about the system they are responsible for.

Watch this recorded webinar to learn:

  • Why adding more barriers can sometimes make things LESS safe.
  • How you can map the interactions in your organisation.
  • Why STAMP is being used to prevent accidents in fields as diverse as drones to healthcare and from maritime to oil and gas.

Target audience:

This webinar will be of interest to risk managers and analysts, process safety managers, safety and risk engineers, HSE/safety managers, technical authorities, regulators, compliance, operational risk and HSE officers. It will be relevant to people managing major risks and hazards.

STAMP - Identifying systemic threats to safety

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