Human Factors Training
A Human Factors approach to safety differs from traditional safety training, in that the focus is less with the technical knowledge and skills required to perform specific tasks, but rather with the cognitive and interpersonal skills needed to effectively manage a team-based, high-risk activity.
A key objective is to equip the workforce with a range of non-technical skills that complement technical competency and include teamwork, situational awareness, decision making, communication and workload and fatigue management.
All staff need to recognise that human error is inevitable and that cooperative and collaborative teams are the greatest asset to achieving safety and high reliability in complex or hazardous work environments. At all levels within the workforce there should be an understanding of the human causes of error and an ability to take a more proactive approach to the avoidance, trapping and mitigating of errors.
- Human error
- Workload management
- Teamwork and behaviour
- Decision making
- Fatigue management
- Situational awareness
- Threat and error management
- Industry case study
Periculum Global offer training from members of Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF), giving you the confidence that it meets the standards you require.
At Periculum Global we offer standard training packages ready to be delivered, alternatively we are able to design any programmes to meet your specific needs. We will make sure that all your specific requirements and needs are met, thus making your programme entirely bespoke to your companies individual needs.
With our qualifications, professionalism and experience in training and people management, we will always provide ongoing support to assist new learners with any issues they may face when trying to apply what they have learnt within the workplace.
Design and Delivery of our Open Courses these are Individually tailored training programmes ensuring that we meet your needs.
- Provision of any coaching and mentoring at all levels to improve Human Factors knowledge with a consistent, practical application of Human Factors tools and techniques.
- Evaluation of training programme outcomes to ensure they result in safer human behaviours that will always abide by good practice standards.