Download a short video introducing human factors and the 12 subtopics that it has been broken down into.
Step Change in Safety is committed to making our sector the safest place to work by preventing predictable incidents, working with our colleagues in the industry to achieve that. During the second quarter of 2022 the focus will be on Human Factors and Performance, with the aim to:
🔺 Understand that HF is integrated into everything we do
🔺 Identify which areas of HF require particular attention at your worksite
🔺 Embed HF into risk awareness.
HUMAN FACTORS WORKGROUP
Introduction to Human Factors and Human Performance
An introduction to 2022 Q2 theme of Human Factors and Human Performance from Dr. Marcin Nazaruk, co-chair of our Step Change in Safety Human Factors workgroup
Download a set of 12 human factors subtopics information and discussion sheets saved as a single file.
Download a safety moment that contains examples of events where human factors contributed to the incident.
Download a slide deck introducing human factors and the 12 subtopics that it has been broken down into.
Human Factors events
Webinar: Human Factors in Contract Pre-qualification
Webinar: Human Factors in Accident Investigation
Webinar: Introduction to Learning from Normal Work
Human Factors Basics
Learning from Normal Work - for years, safety professionals have been learning lessons about what contributed to incidents only after they occurred.
Problems with procedures are linked to numerous incidents and frequently cited as one of the causes of major accidents.
Spirit of Free Enterprise disaster case study used to highlight HF factors from the subsequent inquest.
Human Factors in Risk Assessment
Leadership and Behavioural Safety
Competence and Training
Human Factors in Critical Communications
Staffing and Workload
3 Step checklist for promoting change within an organization including the use of the Sea Gem disaster
Human Factors in Design
Other Quarterly Themes for 2022
During the first quarter of 2022, the focus will be on Process Safety Fundamentals
The focus of the Q4 safety theme in 2022 will be Mental Health Awareness