Mini Learning Team - STKY (Stuff That Kills You) and STRM (Stuff That Really Matters)
November 4, 2020
Welcome to the 8th Episode of the podcast series. In this episode, The Practice of Learning Teams, book authors Brent Sutton, Glynis McCarthy and Brent Robinson will conduct a mini-learning team based on your submissions in the learning journal. We will discuss and reflect on some of the community challenges to embed learning teams and explore The What?, The How? and The Why?
Hi Safety FM
listeners, this is Brent Sutton
, one of the co-hosts of the new podcast series The Practice of Learning Teams
, with my fellow co-hosts Glynis McCarthy
and Brent Robinson
Our goal is to support you on your journey and build a better community of practice for Learning Teams
On today's podcast of the show, we conduct a mini Learning Team on the topic of STKY "Stuff That Kills You" and STRM "Stuff That Really Matters".
This episode was inspired by a conversation with Dr Todd Conklin
and Jeffrey Lyth
(the host of Safety Differently) about the acronym STKY and a new acronym called STRM, which means Stuff That Really Matters.
In this episode we will explore:
- Are we adding waste to our safety systems?
- Are we identifying stuff that doesn't really matter?
- What are your mitigations/controls trying to do?
- Do more mitigations that influence people, make us safer?
- With normal work, do mitigations that don't really matter become barriers?
- It is only workers who face the harm of residual risk
- What is STRM - Stuff That Really Matters?
- How do we define STRM - Stuff That Really Matters?
- Does STRM build capacity in the system and workers?
- How can STRM support successful outcomes rather than preventing failures?