June 2018, Vol. 245, No. 6

Features

Improving Your Company’s Safety Culture

By Lars Larsson, Senior Product Manager, Aveva Pipeline companies have a responsibility to protect the general public and the environment by managing critical infrastructure assets safely. How safe a pipeline is has to do with its equipment, control systems and procedures, as well as with the culture the company operating the pipeline and its employees exude. Signs of safety culture are everywhere (Photo courtesy Kinder Morgan Canada) Culture is defined as “the set of shared attitudes, values, goals and practices that characterizes an institution or organization,” according to Merriam Webster. This means that the culture of an individu

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