Human Factors Taxonomy Workshop & Tour

Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

At the previous CIEHF Southern Regional Group event in July in Winchester there was much discussion on how incidents and accidents could be effectively analysed and captured using human factors taxonomies. The RSSB have just updated their taxonomy and it includes relevant personal, organisational, environmental and workplace considerations that an accident or incident investigator would need to explore and therefore could act as a trigger in the investigation process. Their system also includes the four main human behavioural characteristics resulting in potential slips, lapses, decision errors, rule breaking or task failure.

The next event will be a workshop and will take place at RAF Odiham, Odiham, Hook RG29 1QT, on 23rd November from 09:30 to 16:30. The use of the constructs of the RSSB taxonomy will be applied to analyse a set of incident and accident data from various domains. The intention is also to examine how resilience engineering approaches from Safety II could be applied. The event will also include a station tour of RAF Odiham.

Numbers are limited to 30 people. The cost will be £10 +VAT which includes the workshop attendance, refreshments and lunch and the tour. Book your place below.

Download the programme here.

By registering for this event, you agree to our terms and conditions.

Book your place below.

November 23 2017


Date: 23 November 2017
Time: 09:30 - 16:30
Cost: £10
Event Categories:
Event Tags:, , ,


RAF Odiham

Hook, RG29 1QT United Kingdom

+ Google Map


  • 09:00 Security Check in
  • 09:45 Visit to Chinook Maintenance/School
  • 11:00 Break
  • 11:15 RSSB taxonomy
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 12:45 Rail incident
  • 13:00 Syndicate discussion
  • 14:00 Air incident
  • 14:15 Syndicate discussion
  • 15:15 Break
  • 15:30 Military incident
  • 15:45 Syndicate discussion
  • 16:30 Closing comments
  • 17:00 Close


Jo Davies
Website: Visit Organizer Website
Tickets are not available as this event has passed.