Show Notes

Welcome to another engaging episode of Safety FM with Jay Allen, featuring a standout presentation by Maeve O’Loughlin, recorded at the Global Safety Innovation Summit in Australia. In this episode, we delve into the world of safety culture and human performance with Maeve, who currently leads the Global HSE Culture initiatives at Svitzer, part of the A.P. Moller Maersk group.

Maeve is a chartered safety practitioner (CMIOSH) and a pioneer in applying adaptive and resilient human performance principles to enhance organizational safety. Her expertise focuses on creating effective management strategies that are not only innovative but are also deeply informed by her extensive background in consulting, academia, and management within high-risk industries, the built environment sector, and manufacturing.

Throughout her career, Maeve has been recognized for her contributions to safety innovation, notably for leading the IOSH PIPER Initiative, which connects academic research capabilities with industry partners. She also plays a vital role in the IOSH Performance and Development Committee, influencing safety practices on a global scale.

In her presentation, Maeve shares her insights on developing a safety culture that prioritizes adaptability and resilience, ensuring that safety management is both effective and responsive to the dynamic challenges of modern industries. Her approach offers valuable lessons on integrating safety deeply into the fabric of organizational behavior, promoting a culture where safety and efficiency are inextricably linked.

This episode provides listeners with an opportunity to learn from one of the leading voices in safety culture today. Although Jay Allen was unable to conduct a follow-up interview with Maeve post-presentation, her session alone offers a wealth of knowledge and innovative ideas that can be applied across various sectors to manage safety more effectively.

Tune into this insightful episode of Safety FM with Jay Allen to explore advanced safety culture techniques and gain a deeper understanding of how adaptive and resilient human performance principles can revolutionize safety management in any organization.