Advanced Human Error Management Masterclass (Middle East)
02 February - 03 February
Recent advances in human error management based on alertness creation dovetail seamlessly with holistic and coordinated approaches to risk management. This two day course covers the recent advances in understanding why people make physical and cognitive mistakes and what pro-active and proportionate steps can be taken to pro-actively manage that risk.
The style of the course is highly interactive. For example, an early flip chart exercise it to get the delegates to define excellent safety leadership in their own words. The output always proves close to 100% generic (see Day 2) and delegate’s own definitions of excellence will be referred back to frequently as the course progresses. Please note that the soft skills element of the course mirrors the content of the soon to be released NEBOSH qualification (well the scope Anker and Marsh wrote for and agreed with the Nebosh leadership. It’s currently with committees).
• To understand how Human Error fits within a holistic risk framework. • To understand recent advances in understanding the inter-linked and multi-faceted causes of human error • To acquire a tool box of proven methodologies for pro-actively minimizing human error.
Who should attend?
This course is primarily aimed at Director level for SHE and HR professionals but is an interactive and accessable course about people. Therefore it is suitable for anyone with an interest in minimizing risk and maximizing human potential. (Thus anyone from the C-Suite to a safety rep).