Error Prevention Training Course
Everyone knows a chain is only as strong as its weakest link – so what is the most common, weakest link in many of today's critical business, clinical and industrial processes?
As electro-mechanical equipment and automated systems have become more reliable over the past few decades, more and more organizations are ﬁnding human error to be an increasingly frequent contributor to both defects and accidents.
This workshop addresses the most common causes of human error and demonstrates how the best practices from high reliability industries (such aviation and nuclear power) can be adapted to other industries to minimize the opportunity for error.
- Trends in human error Dealing with "complexity" Operators
- Environmental factors
- Equipment & system design
Overcoming common causes:
- Lack of knowledge
- Lack of communication
- Lack of Awareness