Just culture is a work culture in which crew members do not fear to report errors, own as well as of others because they know that it is important not only for the organisation to learn from these honest mistakes but also for the seafarers’ safety on board. It is also a culture where deliberate misconduct may result in disciplinary action.
This course discusses what 'just culture' is and why it is important. It outlines the characteristics of a just culture to check if such characteristics are embodied by the crew on board a vessel. It presents the Just culture response map, a tool to help manage crew behaviours towards a strong just culture. It also talks about the categories of behaviours, as well as judgment and responses that are aligned with just culture.
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