Briefing Note No. 22


Energy Institute Briefing Note No. 22 - Willingness to Act

Willingness to act describes the willingness of employees to make decisions to shut down operations, stop production, release product overboard, etc. in order to prevent a potential emergency situation. A key example is whether an operator would press the emergency shutdown (ESD) button in a plant when required.

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14 Sep 2020