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Author: Dr. Jason Starke

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Welcome to Safety Chats! If it tough for you to keep up with what’s new and best practices in the realm of transportation safety management and reporting, you need to listen to seasoned aviator Dr. Jason Starke every week. Jason will help you learn more about healthy and robust safety cultures in aviation and transportation organizations. You'll also keep up with safety topics and get your weekly updates in less than 30 minutes with focused and curated discussions. 

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In this episode, Jason delves into the common hazards of clear air turbulence, thunderstorms, and extreme heat. Drawing from his meteorology expertise, he provides practical safety insights for aviation professionals and enthusiasts. From understanding atmospheric currents to protecting ground crews during severe weather and managing heat risks, Jason offers invaluable advice to enhance safety management and organizational excellence.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connec...
This podcast episode discusses fairness within organizations, focusing on distributive and procedural justice. The host, Dr. Jason Starke emphasizes the need for formal procedures and policies to ensure fair responses to events like errors or violations. He highlights the importance of a just culture and recommends using resources like the GAIN Foundation's Roadmap to a Just Culture for guidance.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/...
This week's podcast, hosted by Mark Myers, features Part 2 of the engaging conversation with Jim Adams on safety leadership and risk management. They delve into creating a learning organization from top to bottom, emphasizing accountable leadership's crucial role. Jim emphasizes the significance of listening, empathy, humility, and continuous learning as crucial elements for effective leadership and building a successful organization.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connec...
In Part 1 of this week's podcast, Mark Myers and Jim Adams discuss safety leadership. Jim, an industry expert, shares his journey from flight nurse to CEO, highlighting the importance of a safety-driven culture over regulatory compliance. The conversation focuses on accountable leadership and the challenges in maintaining effective safety practices for organizations of all sizes.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/baldwin-a...
In this podcast we delve into the "Too Much of a Good Thing" effect, abbreviated as TMGT, relating it to organizational behavior and safety management. The discussion touches on Aristotle's perspective on moderation, leader humility's impact on followers, and the danger of excessive passion in safety management. The central idea is that while passion is valuable, it shouldn't overshadow the involvement and inspiration of department managers and functional experts in safety initiatives.Contact...
This podcast discusses the historical background of aviation standardization, particularly focusing on the Chicago Convention of 1944, where 52 countries met to create a framework for global aviation cooperation. It emphasizes the importance of standardization in air navigation to prevent conflicts and ensure safety. The discussion then shifts to safety management systems (SMS) and interface management, highlighting how SMS helps identify and mitigate risks in international operations, preven...
Join host Jason in Anaheim as he delves into risk assessment math. From marathon rankings to risk prioritization, Jason explores nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio measurements. Learn why ordinal numbers need careful handling and how bounded scales enhance precision. Gain practical tips to elevate safety practices in your organization.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/baldwin-aviation-safety-&-compliance/ Follow o...
Host Jason explores Attribution Theory, investigating how people assign both external and internal factors to individual behaviors. He examines distinctiveness, consensus, and consistency, illustrating their impact on our interpretations of behavior causes. Jason stresses the significance of incorporating these dimensions into safety management systems to prevent inaccurate blame assignment and foster equitable evaluation of accountability within organizations.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us ...
Host Jason reflects on incidents like the tragic case of Nurse Redonda Vaught, who faced criminal charges after a medication error led to a patient's death. By examining failures in controls and the reliance on humans as the last line of defense, the podcast prompts listeners to reconsider approaches to risk management and emphasizes the importance of fostering a culture of reporting and continuous improvement. Through insightful discussions and a commitment to learning, the podcast aims to e...
Explore captivating insights into black holes from the U.S. National Science Foundation. Uncover the correlation between the formidable characteristics of black holes and the organizational phenomenon termed the "Information Black Hole." Shedding light on how overlooking safety concerns and personal challenges can affect one's self-esteem. Informed by the wisdom of psychologist Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, the emphasis is placed on recognizing and validating the experiences of others.Contact Safet...
Beyond Attention Bias

Beyond Attention Bias

2024-01-2321:42

Explore the intricate web of attention bias and fundamental attribution error. Discover how the Safety 2 approach challenges conventional safety thinking, encouraging a shift in focus from the negative to the positive, and learn innovative ways to capture and leverage everyday heroic actions for system improvement. Your daily adaptation and resilience matter – let's redefine safety narratives together.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedi...
Learning from the Past

Learning from the Past

2024-01-0918:18

Link the fates of iconic organizations to their ability to adapt and learn. Unravel the significance of organizational learning, its role in safety management, and the pivotal impact of leadership styles. Explore the depths of Absorptive Capacity Theory, understanding how organizations recognize, assimilate, and apply valuable information to foster continuous improvement and adaptation. Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/comp...
Delve into the importance of setting smart objectives, drawing parallels with personal New Year's resolutions. Discover practical tips on establishing safety performance objectives, involving stakeholders, and overcoming challenges. Learn how to monitor progress effectively, communicate with leadership, and foster a culture of continuous improvement. Tune in for valuable insights to enhance safety practices and take your organization a step closer to excellence in the year ahead.Contact Safet...
In part two of this engaging conversation, Jason discusses the world of safety with Rick Malzinski, the President and Founder of the Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC). They delve into the unique aspects of BASC, exploring its commitment to continuing education and partnerships with operators. Rick shares insights into the training programs, international speakers, and innovative initiatives that make BASC a dynamic force in aviation safety.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinA...
In this episode, we have a special guest, Malczynski, President and Founder of the Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC). Rick shares insights into his remarkable journey from a Navy background to becoming an airline pilot and the visionary leader behind BASC. Discover how BASC, with its unique approach to SMS and operational compliance, goes beyond mere checkboxes, fostering a true partnership for continuous improvement.Learn more about BASC: https://aviationconsortium.com/Contact Safet...
In this episode, the focus is on the Actor Network Theory and its connection to sociotechnical systems. Exploring the interplay between humans and technology in the workspace, the podcast delves into how the objects, including software, can influence human actions, and vice versa. Join the conversation to navigate the delicate balance between human influence and software impact in the pursuit of a safer working environment.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on Linked...
Discover how communities self-organize in times of crisis and the parallels in organizational safety management systems. The podcast encourages a systems thinking approach and highlights the crucial role of strong leadership.Contact Safety Chats Tweet us at @BaldwinAviation Connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/baldwin-aviation-safety-&-compliance/ Follow on Facebook @BaldwinSafety Email us at baldwin@portside.co Learn more about Safety Management System’s at www.Bald...
In the latest episode of the Baldwin Safety Chat Podcast, join host Jason as he delves into the critical realm of media emergencies within safety management. Drawing from personal experiences, Jason explores the power of Agenda Setting Theory in shaping external and internal perceptions of an organization during crises. Learn how to frame communications effectively, control the narrative, and implement a media strategy in emergency response plans. Discover the importance of addressing media a...
We begin the episode providing insights into the recent developments involving Baldwin Aviation's acquisition by Portside Group and the benefits of the acquisition, including increased professional development and support capacity, especially in terms of software development.The podcast goes on to highlight what you can expect in Season 3: a continued focus on various safety management topics, including SPIs, SPTs, NPRM Part 5, and the Hierarchy of Controls in business aviation. We'll also de...
In this episode, we delve into the topic of power and its resonance within the realm of safety management. The discussion emerges from conversations with fellow safety managers, highlighting the pivotal question of the power that safety managers possess and the ability of safety managers to influence and enact change.We'll introduce the six distinct levels representing different aspects of power and how to attain it. The bottom three levels—Legitimate, Reward, and Coercive Power—are tied to o...
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