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  • Cause - consequence model by Frank E. Bird showing the relation between the management system and accidents, incidents and other type of unwanted events.
  • Unwanted event consequences include: injuries, damage, loss of customers, liability claims, etc. They are barriers to reach results and can be sources to improve management system effectiveness.
  • An unwanted event could result in loss, ranging from very small to catastrophic depending on circumstances. They can be used to improve the quality of a management system.
  • Direct causes of accidents, incidents and other type of unwanted events preceding the event that may or does lead to loss. They are also learning sources to make your management system better.
  • Substandard acts are causes of accidents and other unwanted events that downgrade the organization. They are symptoms that may help to improve personnel selection, training and work environment.
  • Substandard conditions are causes of accidents and other unwanted events that downgrade the organization. They are symptoms that may help to improve inspection and maintenance.
  • Basic causes of accidents and other type of unwanted events are symptoms of failing design, purchasing, personnel selection. They are also learning sources to make your management system better.
  • Substandard personal factors lead to permanent deviations in the working environment and include capabilities, motivation, skills and experience. They are considered "root" causes of what goes wrong.
  • Substandard job factors lead to permanent deviations in the working environment and include design, purchasing, leadership and supervision, They are considered "root" causes leading to loss.
  • The management system - giving performance objectives and direction to the organization. Source of good and bad. To be build via the 17-Step process for management success.

 

  

 
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