Paradigm receives the Stevie Silver Awards
Paradigm Human Performance Ltd has beaten off stiff competition to become a finalist in the Exporter of the Year Award category in the Lloyds Bank Business Excellence Awards 2021.
Paradigm Human Performance Ltd has been shortlisted from a long list of nominations, for the Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2021.
Two powerhouses in the fields of Human Performance Improvement and Human and Organisational Performance join to form a strategic business partnership to create healthier, safer, more respectful workplaces across the world.
This phrase is often used to get people to pay attention to the hazards they face while undertaking a dive, especially a rebreather dive.
I recently had a conversation with a safety professional who was looking for some advice.
Insight: We must improve our understanding of the role behaviour plays in safety performance improvement.
Insight: Leadership stimulates growth and safety improvement, culture sustains it.
Insight: Safety decision making is built on understanding core safety concepts.
A review of injury and illness data shows that Total Recordable Injuries have been trending downward for the past several years, unfortunately, fatalities are staying the same or in some industries rising.
Most executives want to achieve safety excellence; however, they are not sure how to get there.
In the mid-1980s, there was a flight safety film produced which showed a Royal Air Force pilot walking out to his single-seat Jaguar fighter aircraft for a training sortie.
Anyone who has attended one of my talks or training courses will know that courageous leadership is something I feel very passionate about.
Human Performance is a well-established performance improvement method which has been used in high hazard industries such as Aviation, Nuclear Power Generation and Space Exploration for many years to try to manage the issue of 'Human Error'.
I had planned the route the night before using the Ordnance Survey website and 1:50k maps. I knew roughly where I was going - through the forests west of Lochgilphead, on the West coast of Scotland. The problem with mountain biking through forests is that it is difficult, almost impossible in fact, to navigate while riding, without regular stops.
Welcome to the fifth blog in our Human Performance series for Crisis Response Journal and thank you for the feedback to the 4th blog in this series (if you have missed my previous blogs, you can catch up here: https://www.crisis-response.com/comment/blog.php). In this blog I am going to introduce you to the "WITH" Model (sometimes referred to as "TWIN").
I have been reading with interest the spate of recent posts, articles and comments on behaviour based safety vs safety differently, Safety 1 and 2, Dekker vs Heinrich, etc.. Which one is correct? Which one is best? Is there actually any difference between the two? Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? New view vs old view? Bad apples vs crazy bananas? etc. etc.
From the very first day my parents set up their business, Paradigm Human Performance, they were determined that they wanted to somehow make a global contribution.
Previous blogs mentioned a study by the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), which discovered that humans, on average, make five errors every hour. Just take a second to picture what that might look like in your organisation - every person making an average of five errors every hour...
As promised in this article we will be discovering the Principles of Human Performance.