First registered: 2015
Chartered Ergonomists: 2
Other Ergonomists: 5
Total staff: 200+
Risktec is an independent and specialist provider of risk management consulting, resourcing, learning and inspection services, and is part of the TÜV Rheinland Group. We provide risk and safety support to many clients across a broad range of industry sectors, working across the entire lifecycle of facilities and equipment. Our expertise is particularly suited to organisations operating in the high hazard industries and other sectors where the impact of loss is high.
Risktec has UK offices in Warrington, London, Aberdeen, Derby, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Nottingham and Crawley, as well as offices in key locations in Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, and North America. Our activities are supported by a comprehensive network of TÜV Rheinland offices and local representatives in other regions around the world.
Risktec’s Human Factors team comprises highly experienced ergonomists and applied psychologists who provide global support to clients across high-hazard industries, with particular expertise in the oil & gas, petrochemical, transportation, nuclear and defence sectors. This core team is supported by a network of approved Human Factors associates and Risktec’s wide pool of safety and risk specialists.
Risktec’s Human Factors services include:
- Human Factors Integration strategy, planning and management
- Human Factors Engineering support to major projects
- Safety Assurance and Safety Case support
- Qualitative and quantitative Human Reliability Assessment (HRA) and Human Error Assessment, including Safety Critical Task Analysis (SCTA)
- Development and review of procedures and work instructions
- Ergonomics design and assessment of Control Rooms and workplaces
- Human Machine Interface and alarm system design and assessment
- Competence Management System (CMS) development, review and assessment
- Safety culture assessment and improvement
- Workload assessment and safe staffing studies
- Human Factors training
- Incident Investigation