The event is aimed at providing current students and newly qualified graduates with an understanding of the careers available in ergonomics and human factors.
Emily and Rob spoke about how they’ve got to where they are today including challenges they’ve faced along the way and what they wish they’d been told before, and finally giving their audience an insight into what life is like here at Greenstreet Berman.
Feedback from delegates was very positive and the presentation well received.
Develop your knowledge and skills in human factors in a five-day Human Factors Foundation training course provided by the Energy Institute. Delivered by Greenstreet Berman consultants and accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (CIEHF), this training course will provide a practical, engaging and interactive introduction to key topic areas, including risk management, work systems, design and non-technical skills; as well as to how human and organisational factors (HOF) can be applied within the workplace.
We were delighted, earlier in 2017, to be able to run a second round of Supervisor (1st Line Manager) ‘Soft skills’ training…
A key objective for BAE Systems is to understand the extent to which the organisational culture within the company affects product safety. Greenstreet Berman helped to develop a bespoke assessment to assess both product safety and workplace safety culture across BAE Systems.
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Despite the development of assurance schemes, food safety management systems, HACCP and extensive international and national legislation, deadly outbreaks of food poisoning and contamination still occur…
The Better Regulation Delivery Office is working towards a simple and clear regulatory environment. Many common types of businesses, such as food outlets, are regulated by a range of local and national regulators.
In 2009 the Welsh Government commissioned Greenstreet Berman to evaluate the Home Fire Safety Check (HFSC) work in Wales.
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