Human factors in the workplace
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for production management personnel, safety professionals and engineers in the process industries requiring a practical introduction to a wide range of human factors subject areas.
Why should you attend?
Delegates will return to the workplace equipped with a practical introduction to human factors. Our expert instructors ensure that you gain actionable insights backed by real-world case studies, empowering you to assess your operating facilities, identify areas for improvement, and foster a safer and more effective operating culture.
What will you learn?
The course will enhance your understanding of managing and reducing human error potential, thereby improving safety performance and operational efficiency. With a focus on practical application, this three-day course covers topics ranging from introducing human factors principles in the workplace to tangible measures for assessing and enhancing human performance in operations, as well as incorporating human factors in design.
The course runs for three days; day one is an introduction to human factors in the workplace; day two covers tangible measures to assess and improve human performance in operations, with day three bringing in human factors in design.
The course utilises case studies from the process industries and from other industries such as nuclear, aerospace, and transport, in order to illustrate key points and learning from the widest possible experience base. Learning will be reinforced with group and individual exercises building on the course materials presented.
About TÜV Rheinland
TÜV Rheinland has a heritage of providing world-class process safety and operational improvement process solutions and operational solutions to the process industry. Over 30 years of operating experience ensures that our solutions and training packages are grounded in a practical and realistic approach that our customers appreciate. Our human factors training courses are prepared and presented by experienced human factors consultants.