Carsten Busch, HSEQ Senior Advisor and author of the well-received ‘Safety Myth 101’, urges us to start thinking differently about safety. Instead of focusing much on the behavior to address key issues, it is better to examine the system in which the behavior happens, Mr. Busch suggests and adds that it is time to consider ‘behaviour’ as a consequence rather than as the cause.
Carsten has studied Mechanical Engineering, Safety and Law. He brings over two decades of experience in HSEQ Management from various railway and oil & gas related companies in UK and Europe. Currently he works as Senior Advisor Occupational Safety at Politidirektoratet, and is owner/founder of www.mindtherisk.com. Carsten is an active member of the Dutch Society for Safety Science (NVVK). In May 2016, he published his first Safety book, the well-received Safety Myth 101.
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