Human factors 2017
Human factors application in major hazard industries
17 - 18 October 2017
Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR
This biennial 2-day conference returns in 2017, exploring the practical application of human factors in the management of major accident hazards (MAH).
|Booking fees - excluding VAT||Early-bird rate
(until 31 July)
(after 31 July)
|EI Company Member**||£395+VAT||£475+VAT|
** To book at the EI Comapny Member rate, please download the PDF booking form here.
Here are just some of the topics and speakers you can expect to hear at this conference:
Human factors in barrier management
Dr Ian Randle, Managing Director, Hu-Tech Human Factors
Engaging our greatest safety asset - the workforce
Mark Wilson, HSE Performance & Strategy Manager, ConocoPhillips
80% of accidents are caused by human error: fact or myth? Lessons from the modern view of accident causation
Dr Marcin Nazaruk, Human Performance Lead Advisor, BP
Determining the cost effectiveness of Human Factors / Ergonomics
David Pennie, Principal Consultant, Greenstreet Berman
Human error: a cause or just a symptom?
Tim Southam, Principal Human Factors Engineer, Monaco Engineering Solutions
Identifying and analysing, weak signals and indicators to prevent disasters
David Ramsay, Group Managing Director, Kelvin TOP-SET
Organisational dysfunctions: early warning signals for major (and other) accidents
Frank Verschueren, Inspector Labour and Process Safety, Department of Chemical Risks
From individual behaviour as a reason for blame to system weaknesses as a cause of incidents: a case study of the re-design of the just culture process in an international energy company
Diane Chadwick-Jones, Director, Leadership and Culture, BP
Setting up humans to succeed, not fail - behaviour based reliability program in a petrochemical unit
Dr José Lopes Alves, Director, Interface Consultoriad
The importance of relationships in learning from incidents
Victoria Murphy, Postgraduate Researcher, Open University
STAMP analysis of the 2005 Buncefield incident
Jamie Elliott, Senior Consultant, DNV GL
Encouraging safe behaviour by aligning rewarding practices with cultural preferences Beate Houette, Research Associate, Robert Gordon University
The journey towards mastering safety culture, the missing link
Paul van der Griendt, Partner, CEO, Zhimble
Statistical analysis of oil and gas industry accidents in europe using human and organisational factors
Bassey Bassey GradEI, Research Student, Coventry University
(co-author Tochukwu Onyekachi Ajare, Vice President Welfare, Coventry University Student Union)
Exploring the potential of operating discipline as a leading indicator of occupational and process safety outputs
Dr Matthew Lawrie, Company Director, Culture Regeneration Associates
A better alternative to LTIs’
View the full programme and timings here.
Who should attend?
This conference will be of interest to anyone managing health, safety and the environment, including process safety and occupational safety, as well as those with a specialist interest in human factors and ergonomics. This will include those with responsibilities for managing competence and training, risk assessment, incident investigation, analysis and learning from incidents processes – including users of Tripod Beta and other methodologies.
The conference will enable the learning and sharing of good practice between companies and industries, and offer excellent networking opportunities with delegates from around the world representing operating companies, suppliers, consultancies, and academia.
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