What we do?
Enable People and Processes to work better together – the key to
Organisation Resilience has been defined by the British Standards Institution as ‘the ability to anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to events – both sudden shocks and gradual change’ (BS 65000; 2014).Organisational Resilience
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How We Do It
Through HROs have been defined by the HSE as ‘organisations that are able to manage and sustain almost error-free performance despite operating in hazardous conditions where the consequences of errors could be catastrophic’ (HSE; 2011)High Reliability Organisation (HRO) theory and practice
A unique blend of industry experience (engineering, project management, organisational psychology) combined with academic research with university partners.FIND OUT MORE
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