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Reducing Human Error in Process Safety: Continuing Education Short Course – August 6

June 16, 2015 - Kestrel Management

Human error is a significant source of risk within any organization. Management uses a variety of operational controls and barriers, including policies, procedures, work instructions, employee selection and training, auditing, etc. to reduce the likelihood of human error. Accidents occur when there is a failure in one or more of these controls and/or barriers.

Many companies are working to reduce their incident rates by integrating a more detailed analysis of human factors into their incident investigation procedures.

Reducing Human Error in Process Safety

Join Kestrel and Texas A&M’s Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center this summer for a continuing education short course that addresses human error in process safety. This course will outline a process that companies can use to integrate human factor data into incident investigations and identify operational controls that need improvement.

Reducing Human Error in Process Safety
August 6, 2015
Instructors: A.W. Armstrong and Will Brokaw
Location: Phoenix Contact Customer Technology Center, Houston, TX
Credit: 0.7 CEUs/7 PDHs
Register online (early bird rates available until July 6, 2015)

Learn how your company can identify weaknesses in your operational controls at a specific job site, within an operating region, and across the organization, and how making improvements to these controls can help reduce human error and overall incident rates.

Submitted by: A.W. Armstrong

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