just and fair culture

How to introduce a Just and Fair Culture

In high performing safety cultures, people feel psychologically safe. They can speak up about mistakes and make suggestions for improvement without the fear of blame. This is the essence of a ‘just and fair culture’.

But how do you know when your organisation is ready to transition to a just and fair safety culture? And what does this culture look and feel like?

This 15-page insight guide written by Tribe’s industry-expert consultants will answer these questions and many more…

Inside the guide

Understand the three cultures of safety accountability: blame, no blame and just and fair culture
Learn what to expect in an organisation with a just and fair culture 
Key indicators to allow you to decide whether your organisation is ready for a just and fair culture
How to use a just culture decision tree based on real life examples
For remedial actions, how to use a measures table to ensure a consistent, fair approach depending on the decision tree outcomes
Guidance on how to introduce your organisation to the decision tree and measures table
How to encourage positive safety behaviours

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About Tribe Culture Change

In various guises, Tribe Culture Change has been helping companies improve behaviour and culture for the last 30 years. We have a unique approach that combines the science of culture change with the art of engaging audiences with creative, ‘outside the box’ solutions.

Because of the work Tribe does with clients, lives have been saved, incidents minimised and workplaces have become healthier and more productive.

Tribe Culture Change makes a difference on construction sites, telecommunications towers, power plants and oil rigs; in shops, airports and factories, cruise ships, railways and even submarines, all across the globe.

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