|جميع المناطق||2017-07-12||Two days (12 hours)||- ريال||انجليزي|
The aim of this course is to train managers and supervisors to organise the work station environment in such a manner that chances of error are reduced. Attention is given to the design of the plant, layout of the equipment and methods of work.
The emphasis is not on changing the people but on changing the work environment so that human error is either reduced or eliminated. Attention is also drawn to measures to mitigate the consequences of error and ways of effecting a recovery.
Participants will be provided with appropriate information on human psychology to enable them to plan a work environment based on sound principles.
On completion of the course, participants will be able to do the following:
• Recognise and explain different types of human error
• Prevent accidents that are caused by simple slips, wrong decisions, lack of physical or mental ability, and management errors
• Identify computer errors in computer-controlled plants
• Recognise personal and managerial responsibility in human error
Managers, engineers and senior supervisors