Managing Human Failure (Australia)

Upcoming professional development training – 16 & 17 May 2018 in Perth, WA

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Our Human Factors in Health and Safety professional development programme, run in partnership with the Institution of Chemical Engineers, continues with module 2 in May.

This module focusses on managing Human Failure including how to:

  • proactively manage and reduce human errors and non-compliance;
  • analyse human failures contributing to incidents, and;
  • manage personal resilience in the workplace.

Participants are welcome to attend single modules to develop understanding of a particular area of human factors, or sign up to complete the whole programme.

Further information about the programme, including how to book your place, can be found at www.icheme.org/humanfactors or by emailing austcourses@icheme.org

 

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