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IDEAL Conversations: Inclusion in Process Safety: What Should You Know?

Originally delivered Sep 14, 2022
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How do the objectives of the Disabilities Outreach and Inclusion Community (DORIC) factor into the theory and the practice of process safety? What can be done to achieve process safety objectives while also developing an inclusive workforce? What are the tangible benefits to incorporating inclusion elements into process safety programs?

This webinar addresses these and other impactful questions. It focuses on the intersection of DORIC and process safety at two levels. One level provides important information on issues such as the prevalence and types of disabilities in populations that may work in the process industries.

The other level provides actionable insights into how (a) accommodations can be made for individuals who have disabilities without sacrificing process safety performance and (b) the knowledge, skills, and abilities of such individuals can promote process safety performance.


Jordan Bailey

Dr. Bailey is a human factors and risk management professional. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with expertise in human performance and behavioral economics. Dr. Bailey uses his education, training, and experience as a behavior analyst to evaluate a wide variety of human performance and safety issues. He also has practical experience modifying the environment to improve quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and older adults with neurocognitive disorders. He specializes in preference assessment, risk assessment, and quantitative models of choice that...Read more

Chason Coelho

Dr. Coelho is a human factors, safety, and risk management professional with extensive experience in utility, on- and off-shore petrochemical, marine, aerospace, aviation, manufacturing, and rail industries. A cognitive neuroscientist by training, he applies scientific techniques and findings to proactive analyses and reactive investigations with the aims of preventing human error and improving mental and physical human performance. He specializes in providing practical, science-based solutions for managing risks related to human error in the contexts of high-hazard systems. This work...Read more



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