220: Safety Science and Failure As An Opportunity For Growth with Josh Thompson
February 3rd, 2021 · 1 hr 11 mins
About this Episode
01:48 - Josh’s Superpower: Teaching nearly anything he knows to almost anyone
- Fear Remediation
05:04 - Safety Science and Staying Safe While Rock Climbing
- 2020 Accidents in North American Climbing
- Accidents are the result of normal work
- How Complex Systems Fail
17:42 - Transfer of Knowledge from Experts to Non-Experts
23:07 - Root Cause Analysis & Taking Gambles
33:00 - Failure As An Opportunity For Growth
50:07 - Psychological Safety
Rein: Operators are always gambling and taking risks.
Mando: How to properly build systems and teams that are friendly to lesser experienced individuals to bring up folx who are earlier in their careers or other industries.
Josh: Commemorating team learning experiences.
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