Since the early 1990's, the team at Pegasus have effectively been providing innovative thinking and game changing solutions to many organizations. Pegasus has authored a long list of position papers and technical articles, often on ground breaking subjects and ideas, which have been published in many leading journals. Many of these papers and articles are available to download as a resource to help individuals and organizations alike better understand specific subject areas or to benchmark their own performance and operating culture.
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A short video illustrating how a continued focus on occupational injury rates provides no guarantee that a catastrophic event won't happen tomorrow...
A short video illustrating how a focus on outputs and results by line managers / supervisors can quickly lead to a "casual compliant" operating culture.
A short video illustrating why organizational failures are often blamed on front-line workers. This video shows how reacting to unplanned events with too narrow a field of view results in both poor corrective actions and confused messaging about working incident and injury free.
This very short article offers a viewpoint that suggests organizations might be better off presenting data on actions and behaviors rather than becoming too obsessed around injury statistics.
This presentation uses examples from the oil and gas industry to illustrate that not only do organizations fail to effectively manage their major operating risks, but often believe that non-compliance is more a product of a few "rotten apples" rather than the organizational culture.
Why conversations around safety in high-risk industries almost always inevitably lead to a focus on occupational injury rates rather than a better understanding of the major operating risks of the organization
Many organizations maintain a list of fundamental operating and safety rules, but in many instances these are utilized after the fact as a way to administer discipline. Instead, organizations should use such things proactively and shift the focus toward the overall operating culture rather than on a few individuals.
This short presentation introduces organizations and individuals to the highly regarded 2 x 2 matrix and illustrates how it can be effectively utilized to better determine the TYPE and SCOPE of any non-compliant action and behavior (watch in presentation mode for audio / visual).