posted 9.10.2022 in Category: Maintaining and Enhancing Safety
Just culture is a notion that highlights that mistakes are more often the result of defective organisational cultures than they are the result of a single person's actions. In a just culture, investigators focus on figuring out why mistakes were made. As a result, rather than asking "Who created the problem?" following an incident, people ask "What went wrong?"
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