Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Two: Managing Human Failure

Date From: 06 June 2018
Date To: 07 June 2018
Location: United Kingdom
Description: Explores how to manage human failure to improve overall safety and business performance.
Venue: Norton House Hotel, Edinburgh, UK
Organiser: IChemE and The Keil Centre
Contact Name: Courses department
Contact Phone: +44 (01788) 534431
Contact Email: courses@icheme.org

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Overview

Effective management of human failure is crucial in preventing major accidents, occupational accidents and ill health – all of which can seriously impact an organisation's performance.

Managing Human Failure explores how to proactively manage human errors and non-compliances, analyse human failures contributing to incidents, and manage performance under pressure, to improve overall safety and business performance.

Managing Human Failure is available as a one-off course, or as part of our broader human factors training programme, Human Factors in Health and Safety.

Learning outcomes

  • understand how to reduce human error
  • understand how to manage violations
  • understand how human failures contribute to incidents
  • understand how to manage performance under pressure

Who will benefit?

  • HSE managers and advisors
  • operations managers
  • safety engineers
  • chemical/process engineers
  • in-house human factors advisors eg COMAH operators' 'intelligent customers'

Course outline

  • reducing human error
    • what makes error more likely?
    • how can we make people safer?
    • identifying safety critical tasks
    • analysing tasks
    • conducting human reliability analysis
  • managing non-compliance
    • the significance of non-compliant behaviour in incident causation
    • different types of non-compliance
    • factors that provoke non-compliance
    • ABC analysis – a tool to understand decision-making in the context of non-compliant behaviour
    • what can be done to reduce the likelihood of non-compliance
  • human factors in incident investigation
    • human factors in the investigator (common human failings in investigators; interviewing skills – best practice)
    • human factors in the investigation (key steps; recent best practice guidance; case study)
  • managing performance under pressure
    • understanding stress and its consequences
    • causes of stress: chronic and acute
    • managing pressure at work
    • improving resilience

Fees

Single module: £1,300 + VAT

Book all four Human Factors in Health and Safety modules and pay £1,150 + VAT per module.

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Human Factors in Health and Safety schedule


You can join the programme at any point – modules can be completed in any order as part of a one-year programme.

You can sign up to complete the whole programme or attend single modules to develop understanding of a particular area of human factors.

12.5 hours CPDDuration (for CPD recording purposes): up to 12.5 hours per module. 50 Hours for total programme. If you are recording mandatory CPD you should refer to your own regulator’s requirements as recognition of CPD hours may vary.

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In partnership with:

The Keil Centre

Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors

IChemE is a registered charity in England & Wales (214379), and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 039661).