System Safety Services, Human Performance in Maintenance (2 Day Course) Max 30 Participants.
Wednesday March 18 8:30 - 16:00 Thursday March 19 8:30 - 16:00
Cost $500.00+GST. Mini-Course Registration 2015.pdf
Human Performance in Maintenance Part 1
This two day workshop, designed by maintenance personnel for maintenance personnel, is highly interactive and helps answer why a conscientious person can end up causing an accident due to a maintenance error.
Participants will learn what they can do to avoid the maintenance error that no one ever intends to cause. It is a highly interactive workshop that covers:
1) The objective and outline
2) What Interferes With Our Performance/Judgment?
3) Behavioral Analysis - Assertiveness
4) Human Factor Errors (The Dirty Dozen)
5) The Big Four Dirty Dozen - Stress, Fatigue, Communication and Teamwork (Note: Teamwork is covered with a survival exercise)
6) Case Studies. There are three case studies mixed throughout the workshop. In these case studies they learn how to identify the chain of events and develop “Safety Nets” to avoid making the errors.
Some comments from past courses.
* Everyone in the industry should have an opportunity to attend.
* It was easy to understand and the most interesting I have ever done.
* Great course. You sure can deliver the message.
* It will be a valuable tool for work and my personal life. Thanks..
This course was a Transport Canada/Industry developed workshop and completion of it qualifies as initial or recurrent training in