ADI News Feed | March 12, 2012 | Personal Safety & Remembering the Japan Tsunami

Welcome to ADI NewsFeed, monthly inbox news and tools developed to bring you a focused look at what matters most. With the one year anniversary of the tsunami in Japan, many pause to ask ‘what have we learned?’ The following articles and resources provide a specific look at nuclear safety as well as personal safety of employees and their work environments. Look for upcoming news feeds to cover topics such as delivering expert customer care, performance pay, and fluency.

Are Nuclear Power Plants Too Safe?

With the announcement of plans to build new nuclear plants in the US and the anniversary of the Japan Tsunami, what do we have to fear most in nuclear safety or in any safety related environment that includes monitoring reliable processes? This latest blog post identifies why we can’t and shouldn’t blame the employees and must instead look at increasing the rate of reinforcement. Read the Blog

Senior Reactor Operator Explains Operational Safety in U.S. Nuclear Energy Industry
Nuclear Energy Institute

Ever wonder what it’s like to work in a nuclear plant? In this insightful Q&A, a senior reactor operator discuss everything from why she would want to work in this extreme environment, how potential disasters are planned for and managed, and the role training plays in ongoing employee safety. Read More

Transforming the Culture and Thriving During Change
Case Study: Nuclear Power
Learn how one nuclear power facility rebounded from an NRC shutdown by implementing Performance Management methods to measure performance and to inspire employees to improve their own work behaviors, as well as work processes. Results included completing a high quality substation with less manpower, within less time and $1million under budget, and averting $250 million in lost annual revenues.Read More

Behavior-Based Safety:
Setting the Record Straight

There are many misconceptions about what Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) is and isn’t. This article provides a detailed overview of the common objections, evidence for the effectiveness of well-designed and managed BBS processes, and specific examples of effective BBS programs. Read More  

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