Human Factors Foundation Training by the Energy Institute
Monday 15- Friday 19 May 2017, London, United Kingdom
The Energy Institute is delivering a 5-day training course, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, which offers a complete introduction into human factors for non-specialists.
Human and Organisational factors (HOF) play a big part in operations in all industries, and have been cited as contributory causes in a number of major incidents. Despite of this, there is a knowledge gap in how to manage human factors, due to a lack of training offered across different industries.
Delivered by Greenstreet Berman trainers, the course objective is to fill the skills gap by providing a comprehensive and practical introduction to human factors.
- Receive a professional certificate from the EI and CIEHF
- Understand the meaning of HOF and the scope of the subject
- Understand common approaches to the management of HOF, and appreciate the benefits of applying these approaches in a major accident hazard context
- Understand how HOF techniques can be integrated with other risk management activities
Who should take this course?
- Those working within operating companies – including managers, operators and supervisors (anyone with a responsibility for people, safety and the environment)
- Those receiving university training as a prelude to working within major accident hazard industries (eg. engineering degrees, business degrees, (such as MBA’s) as well as recent graduates
This comprehensive five-day training course consists of:
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EI member: £1,550.00 (+VAT)
Non EI member: £1,800.00 (+VAT)
For more information on the Human Factors Foundation training course, please visit the EI website here.