Safety View with Rosa Antonia Carrillo

By Tamara Parris
Published: January 19, 2022 | Last updated: November 22, 2023
Key Takeaways

We will be previewing some of her findings since the publishing of “The Relationship Factor in Safety Performance.”

In this session of Safety View Rosa Antonia Carrillo will be previewing some of her findings since the publishing of “The Relationship Factor in Safety Performance.” We also want to hear your experiences in creating psychological safety and inclusion.



00:24:25Safeopedia:1. Introduce your selevesShare & Discuss- something you know gets in your way of being yourself- something about yourself you always need to manage- when do you experience vulnerability- Something about yourself that often surprises you (helpful or not)
00:32:14Dan Suess:Rosa, Love the slide theme you are using as this is the theme I use in my business presentations (my Logo Colours)…
00:32:48Dan Suess:Looking forward to sharing and learing from all that are present
00:56:41Dan Suess:Sometimes relationship building requires some tough choices to be made and allowing one to be "critical" of the condition/situation. That hen should trigger openness in discussing your observations with all related parties and taking appropriate time to have that open discussion with the view to coming to agreeable outcomes.
01:09:46Safeopedia:Five Leadership Orientations to SensemakingConversations for High PerformanceInfo in the chart: a. Relationship Development ⬆️ verse b. Technical Capability ➡️Steps:1. Unification2. Penetration3. Resolution4. Enactment5. PerseveranceUnification > Reaction: (withdrawal, attack)Penetration > Choice: (resolution, courage, agency or fear)Enactment > Action: (consequences, risk, vulnerability, Self protection)Perseverance > Reflection: (clarity, forgiveness)NEW insights from discussion > Final Resolution > Exit: (Choice, Detach, Pause, Next steps, Communication with all, Be open and set stage, Address established/old narratives, Look at alternative perspective, Find different kinds of solution)
01:12:07Mike Allocco:Sometimes you can't modify the human….You have to fix the system…
01:15:36Dan Suess:Great discussion and thanks to Rosa, Tamara and all on this topic.
01:15:57Safeopedia:PLeasure Dan1
01:16:12Dan Suess:I have to leave due to another commitment. Wishing all a great weekend.
01:16:21Safeopedia:Have a great weekend
01:21:19Steve Byrnell:Thank-you
01:21:26Amandeep Beesla:Thank you so much!
01:21:46Carol:thank you 🙂
01:21:55Rob Kreté:Much appreciated the session! Thanks!
01:22:00Tom Osorio IMechE, industry rep:Thank you, thought provoking!



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Written by Tamara Parris

Tamara Parris

Tamara Parris is the VP of Community and Business Development at Safeopedia, and owner of EHS Professionals Group on LinkedIn. Her passion is working with other EHS Professionals to collaborate in thought leadership, networking and connecting our industry peers to resources that will increase profitability and safety practices within their workplaces. Tamara has been in the Health and Safety field for over 20 years, her industry experiences include the Construction sector, CCTV and Security, and Commercial Retail industries.

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