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HUMAN ERROR REDUCTION AND SAFETY PERFORMANCE TRAINING
Developing an effective policy for managing Human Reliability.
Who should attend?
Extend your processes beyond workplace design and construction. Continue into a management system of reliability developing training policies and procedural development with standardization of operating procedures.
Your First line supervision, craftsman, operators and anyone responsible for reducing human error in the workplace would benefit from our PROACT Methods and course structure. This course is applicable to anyone interested in improving “Operational Excellence.” We offer items for the individual, team leader/lead operator or others assigning tasks as well as management/supervision. Avoiding human error means avoiding downtime, quality problems, incidents and accidents.
How long is the training? 1 and 2 Day Formats Available
When employees are aware of potential
human error traps they can take actions to avoid results that
may injure the employee and or damage company assets. This process
can best be introduced using first line supervision as the driver
to uncover and manage potential human error traps. When the concepts
of this class are fully utilized safety incidents are decreased
and reliability is improved through longer runs without incident.
More than 7000 supervisors have benefited from taking this course.
Companies that incorporate root cause analysis into their reliability efforts have found most root cause analysis results uncover human error as a contributor to the event being analyzed. RCI's HER course can achieve understanding the sources of error, predict when errors may occur, and which errors lead to a company's most negative outcome. The results will maintain productivity, quality and the safety of your staff. Though Human error is inevitable the understanding of the sources most likely to produce injury, damage or reduction in quality can be analyzed to reduce these undesirable events. RCI will guide you into developing strategies for reducing errors and implement safeguards to correct negative outcomes.
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By learning these techniques, leaders in the workplace can understand how to manage and reduce human error. Learn how to support employees and develop methods of sustaining an HER program to complete an error reduction process. Errors have caused many losses in the past and will cause more losses in the future if not identified and corrected. By actively raising the workforce awareness and incorporating techniques to avoid error your overall availability will continuously improve while you enjoy a safer more productive work environment.
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