Safety Critical Task Analysis April 2024

Training Course

22/04/2024 - 24/04/2024

08:30 - 10:00 UK Time

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Non-Member: £1650.00 (excl. VAT)
Member: £1599.00 (excl. VAT)

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5 X 1.5hr seminars (and Bonus material) on Human Factors Safety Critical Task Analysis (SCTA). 

This training course is delivered in partnership with Human Reliability Associates.

Each session will run from 08:30 - 10:00 GMT each day. 

Why the EI's Human Factors Safety Critical Task Analysis training course?

Human Factors is recognized as a key topic for addressing safety in the oil, gas, onshore chemical plants, pharmaceutical manufacturing and power generation sectors.

This course covers all the topics necessary to produce the human factors analyses to satisfy COMAH safety report submissions, together with guidance on producing the associated procedures and competency management documentation based on these analyses.

This is arguably the most important Human Factors topic area to get right for upper and lower tier COMAH sites. There is a lot of attention on this topic from the regulator but it is also foundational to the other topic areas and directly links with procedures and competency management. Besides reducing the risk of failure due to human error around COMAH critical tasks, the methods and techniques taught on this course can also lead to quality and production enhancements, as tasks are thoroughly reviewed and improved.

Whether you’re starting your journey into SCTA, you are more experienced and want to brush up on best practice tools and techniques, or whether you just want to know what a good quality SCTA involves so you can be an intelligent customer when procuring these services from others, this course will suit you.

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Contact details

Training Team: webtraining@energyinst.org, 02074677178

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