Following on from my previous blog – a live feed of our recent ‘Energy in the Spotlight’ event, I thought it appropriate to follow up on some of the key points that were raised, providing a basis for discussion and debate. I particularly liked the presentation that Charles Hendry, UK Minister of State for Energy, ... Read more.
Tag: human error
If you liked my previous blogs on organisational integrity and our interactive application – Blunder Blocks, you can see the full presentation I gave regarding both at Offshore Europe 2011. This is the final blog from me on this topic. Feel free to post any comments below, connect with me on Linkedin, or follow us ... Read more.
In my final blog on Blunder Blocks, I’m talking about active human errors. How many times a day do you just do the wrong thing, and you can’t really explain why? People can be very skilled and innovative, but this proficiency relies on abilities to learn knowledge and skills that have a finite capacity to ... Read more.
In this fourth blog expanding on the Blunder Blocks concept, I will be examining underlying organisational issues, one of our categories of organisational deficiencies that can have an effect on human factors. Have a go at the Blunder Blocks interactive tool and you might even win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3G, the latest Android tablet ... Read more.
In my last blog I introduced the concept of Blunder Blocks, our online interactive tool that helps explain how deficiencies in your organisational integrity can affect the HSE’s human factors topics, and ultimately the sustainability of your operation. If you haven’t already, have a go yourself – you can even get a chance to win ... Read more.