Although Hazard Awareness is very important analysis suggests that hand injuries don’t occur because the victim ‘didn’t know it would hurt’. It was not the absence of this knowledge that caused the accident to happen!
Studying the mechanism of accidents, has led to the development of a model where the various elements which come together in order for them to happen, can be identified and therefore avoided. Managers can be trained to identify and predict error inducing factors and situations within their teams, and to take steps to prevent them happening.
With awareness of Performance Influencing Factors team performance, effectiveness and efficiency can be greatly improved.
This course is applicable to anyone who is expected to be involved in Supervision/Management, HSEQ support, task planning, team performance and risk management.
- Human error mechanisms
- Performance Influencing Factors
- Cognitive processes
- Introduction to behavioural analysis
- Sources of information – formal and informal
- Legislative responsibilities
- Team dynamics
- Intervention skills
- Skills and techniques in analysing behaviour and preventing error
On completion of this course delegates will be able to:
- Recognize the causes and mechanisms of human error
- Understand performance influencing factors
- Better understand when and how to intervene
- Better understand duties under law
- Take steps to mitigate human error
Various venues throughout the UK