Managing Human Reliability
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Intermediate
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 1.00
This 60-minute program will give you an overview of the impact of human factors on operator performance and systematic safety based on the Abnormal Situation Management Consortium research. Join the live discussion on how to avoid the escalation of minor problems that could lead to larger incidents or production losses. Our expert will also cover how to recognize human factor issues in your company or manufacturing site and ways to address them.
The Abnormal Situation Management Consortium has been researching and testing solutions to assist process industry operators for 25 years. It started as a joint US government-industry research partnership to drive down the risk of incidents and to improve operating performance with its initial focus on Alarm Management and development of an “Operator Cockpit”. Approximately $45million has been spent researching best practices in seven areas.
Attend the webinar to learn more about reducing operating risk and improving performance.
You Will Learn:
- How simple human factors measures can combat issues with:
- Situation awareness
- Operator overload
- Operator decision bias
- Operator fatigue and more
Dr. Peter Bullemer is a partner with Human Centered Solutions, LLP (HCS). HCS is a North American consulting services company with expertise in applying innovative, proven solutions that improve human performance in the industrial process control work environment.Specifically, Peter specializes in the applications of human factors principles and human-centered design methodologies to optimize the influence of culture, organizational structures, management systems and use of technology on operator and plant performance. Dr. Bullemer, formerly a scientist in the Honeywell corporate research...Read more
Tom serves as Senior Manager, Project Engineering for Operator Effectiveness at Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) and as Director of the Abnormal Situation Management Consortium. He holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and Rutgers University, respectively.
Tom’s career includes roles in R&D at Mobil Oil and Mobil Chemical, and in Process Development & Design, Plant Optimization, and Automation at Honeywell Performance Materials and Technology. Tom holds three patents, and is a certified Six Sigma black belt.Read more
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