Category: News

August 24, 2020
The Danger of the Narratives we Use to Silence: Grenfell and the Rebel Residents

The Danger of the Narratives we Use to Silence: Grenfell and the Rebel Residents

JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick, shares her insights about the narratives used to silence individuals meaning critical information is not used in making key decisions.
August 21, 2020
JMJ Co-hosts ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ Workshop with Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy

JMJ Co-hosts ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ Workshop with Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy

On the third anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, the Bennett Institute for Public Policy released a report ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ The report captures the output of a workshop held in February 2020, which focused on why we find it difficult to learn from Catastrophic events.
August 12, 2020
Grenfell Tower

Power and Accountability: Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events Published in Fire Magazine

JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick writes about how the quality and impact of politician’s responses to major incidents would improve by attending to the psychological contract with those impacted. The article was recently published by FIRE magazine, a UK Fire safety and prevention magazine.
May 7, 2019

Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach to incident and injury free culture

JMJ’s Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach incident and injury free culture was featured in the Petroleum Institute of Thailand’s PTIT Focus. The article summarizes the creation of the approach, its evolution and what it means that IIF safety is an Integral Approach.
September 26, 2017

Billerudkorsnäs Gävle’s IIF Safety Journey Featured in Swedish Publication ‘Papper och Massa’

In a recent Swedish trade magazine called ‘Papper och Massa’ (Pulp and Paper), JMJ client Billerudkorsnäs, a pulp and paper manufacturer based in Sweden describes its Journey with building a safety culture with its 900 employees and 1,200 contractors.