Changing the way we communicate system safety research
Our research group (Human Factors and Complex Systems Research Group, Loughborough Design School, Loughborough University, UK) has carried out extensive research on applying approaches for systems thinking, design thinking and resilience engineering to sociotechnical system design and accident analysis across a variety of sectors – marine, rail, nuclear, food, construction, healthcare, etc.
We see there is an important need to share research findings on system safety to a wider audience including policymakers, legislators, auditors, media, activists, managers, operators, engineers, designers, the general public in both developed and developing countries. We share the vision of Late Jay Forrester (father of system dynamics) who said in his interview in 2013,
We created this website to house three animations we produced and relevant information. Please feel free to watch them, use them and share them far and wide.
- Safe Shipping: Two Contrasting Views of South Korea Ferry Accident
- Safe Healthcare: Systems Thinking – a New Direction in Healthcare Incident Investigation
- Safe Society: Two Contrasting Views of a Safe Society – What Would You Choose?
- Safe Mental Health: Systems Thinking for Suicide Prevention of Mental Health Patients in the Community