Patient Safety professionals advise “stopping the line” when encountering an imminent safety risk. Work stops until the risk is identified, analyzed, and mitigated to avoid harm. However, an organization’s culture dictates if team members feel psychologically safe to stop work abruptly. Join us on this two-episode series, where Rey Gonzalez, an expert in Nuclear power and human performance, shares why stopping the line may not work and how to transform organizational culture, so it will.