Just Culture Quiz by Just Culture | Oct 24, 2018 | 0 comments 1. Errors are often not reported due to fear of reprisal or punishment. True False 2. Your organization is primarily reactive to safety issues rather than preventative. True False 3. Individuals who make mistakes are blamed for the error and reprimanded. True False 4. Leadership is focused on rules and expects an error free organization. True False 5. Individuals largely try to hide their mistakes from management. True False 6. Management encourages reporting of errors by creating an environment of trust. True False 7. Errors are seen as a learning opportunity. True False 8. When errors occur your organization focuses on what can be improved in the system to avoid the same error occurring. True False 9. Clinicians report most errors but don’t usually report near misses. True False 10. Managers seldom report errors and near misses up the organizational hierarchy. True False 11. The organization accepts that errors happen and works proactively to prevent them. True False 12. Clinicians report all errors and near misses so that the organization can improve systems and prevent future errors. True False 13. The culture of your organization is fair and clinicians feel a shared accountability with the administration to improve safety. True False 14. Individuals are rewarded for reporting errors and system issues they notice. True False 15. Your error reporting system allows for anonymous reports or protects the identifiable information of the reporter. True False Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.