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Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning From Incidents Seminar Series: Introduction

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These are the slides of my introduction to the ESRC-funded Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning from Incidents (IP-LFI) seminar series. I gave this presentation at the inaugural seminar on 10 Dec 2013 at Glasgow Caledonian University. Details on this seminar series are available from http://lfiseminars.ning.com/

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Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning From Incidents Seminar Series: Introduction

  1. 1. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning from Incidents ESRC Seminar Series lfiseminars.ning.com @lfiseminars Dr. Anoush Margaryan, Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University
  2. 2. • • • • • • • • Prof. Allison Littlejohn, Glasgow Caledonian Prof. Sue Scott, Edinburgh/York/Helsinki Prof. Neville Stanton, Southampton Prof. Rhona Flin, Aberdeen Dr Christian Greiffenhagen, Loughborough Mr Stuart King, Energy Institute Mr Neal Stone, British Safety Council Mrs Jennifer Watson, Glasgow Caledonian
  3. 3. LFI is a process through which employees and the organisation as a whole seek to understand any negative safety event that has taken place, to prevent similar future events.
  4. 4. Gap 1: Limited disciplinary perspectives Gap 2: Limited methodological approaches
  5. 5. INTERDISCIPLINARY • • • • • • Adult Workplace Learning Organisational Learning Sociology Industrial Psychology Human Factors Ethnomethodology
  6. 6. Gap 3: Poor integration of LFI research & practice
  7. 7. INTERSECTORAL • Established scholars & early-career researchers • Industry • Professional bodies • Policy-makers
  8. 8. • Six seminars in 2013-2015 • Theory, methodology, policy and practice, research-practice nexus, R&D agenda • Keynote talks and group work
  9. 9. • Jun 11-12, 2014: Theory @Aberdeen • Oct 2014: Methodology @Loughborough • Feb 2015: Practice @EI London • Jun 2015: Research to practice @ BSC London • Oct 2015: R&D agenda @ Glasgow Caledonian
  10. 10. • R&D roadmap • Book • Future joint activities such as grants, courses
  11. 11. 10:15-11:40 Keynotes 1-3 11:40-11:50 Break 11:50-13:10 Keynotes 4-8 13:10-14:00 Lunch 14:00-16:00 Group task: Devising RQs 16:00-16:30 Operational matters
  12. 12. • Q&A after each talk • Timing: –green card – 5 mins left –orange card – 1 min left –pink card – time is up
  13. 13. Operational matters • Dissemination plan • Edited volume • NING • Planning next seminars • What could have been done better?

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