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The Human Factors

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It is one thing to care about safety and tell everyone to be careful and watch out (which is great). But it is quite another to put your own words into action and truly become a role model with respect to your company’s safety culture.

In other words, don’t just share the message, do something!

Of course, safety professionals and managers know about the impact human factors can have – but they also seem to have a difficult time getting to the nub of the problem.  This article tackles this crucial problem in the field of health and safety by asking: what are you really doing about the human factors?

The piece also offers a hands-on solution, a glimpse at some surprising revelations from incident numbers and simple instructions on how to get better at taking the human factors into account.

Content details of “The Human Factors”

  • Author: Larry Wilson
  • Format: PDF file
  • Length: 2 pages
  • File size: 127 kb

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