All safety management systems will include consideration of human performance issues but how well have they been implemented? How easy are they to manage? How time consuming are they? And how effective are they in analysing complex causal factors?
This is a hot topic that the CIEHF’s Southern Regional Group is tabling on Thursday 13 July 2017 at the Winchester Hotel & Spa in Hampshire. This will be a full day event featuring six speakers who will share their experiences and findings across a wide range of sectors.
11:00 Registration and refreshments
11:30 Classifying human performance and systems failure in the rail industry, Stephanie Cynk, RSSB
12:00 SPAD Dashboard – a tool for tracking and analysing factors influencing SPADs, Nora Balfe, TRL
12:30 Lunch and networking
13:30 Using the Perceptual Cycle Model to understand how pilots and crews make decisions, Katie Plant, Southampton University
14:00 Current safety management system practices dealing with rotorcraft incidences, Aviation Safety Team, RAF Odiham
14:30 Break and networking
15:00 Using Safety II and resilience engineering to understand incidents in healthcare, Janet Anderson, Kings College London
15:30 Human factors analysis of incidents: supporting learning from experience? Anthea Ashford, Institute of Naval Medicine
16:00 Open forum discussion
If you have specific issues that you believe should be raised in the open forum, please contact Jo Davies, Southern Regional Group Lead, email SouthernEnglandRG@ergonomics.org.uk.
There is a small charge for this event but it includes lunch and refreshments. Please book your place below.