Course fee is inclusive of training booklets, lunches, teas, home assignments and training certificates. We offer group package rates for more than 2 participants from the same organization.
Human error is widely acknowledged as the major cause of quality, production, and safety risks in many industries.This course explains the underlying reasons why humans make mistakes and how you can prevent these mistakes. There is growing recognition that many human performance problems stem from a failure within organizations to develop an effective policy for managing human reliability.
Why is human error a factor in all accidents?
Why do humans make mistakes? Proven error prevention techniques.
How to analyze and identify human errors and the conditions and situations that cause them.
How weak and deficient policies and procedures in areas of human resources, training, management, communication, and workplace design can lead to human errors.
How to improve and optimize procedures, workplace design, process design, and more to improve human performance especially in critical jobs.
“Human errors begin during the design stage, extending beyond process and workplace design, into construction and continuing into the design of management systems for operations and maintenance. Such systems include management and training policies and procedural development and standard operating procedure development. This course will provide insights into current knowledge of human error and how it can be reduced.”
All of our courses are in a blended learning format utilizing the latest concepts of Adult learning principles. All of our courses include practical hands-on learning experiences, case studies, group workshops, as well as latest videos.
We have prepared excellent course material that will be presented in English .
Course attendance certificate will be awarded at the end of the session.
Dr Mutahir is a PhD in Engineering Management. He is PMP and MS in information technology as well. He has over 30 years of experience in training and management. He is the overall in charge of the course curriculum and each course is approved by him for delivery. He makes sure that the course contents are current, applicable, and any feedback from the previous courses are included to update the contents.