Safety critical tasks: identification of human error to control risks from major accident hazards

Location:

FREE webinar 11:00-12:00 BST

Date(s):

10/10/2019

Summary:

This presentation will focus on safety critical tasks and the identification of human error to control risks from major accident hazards. It covers Safety critical task analysis (SCTA) studies carried out on COMAH and offshore sites which involved several duty holders in the UK.

Detail:

Overview:

  • Methodology and planning: how duty holders are implementing change
  • The Safety critical task analysis (SCTA) process
  • Escalation of risk due to human error in Operations, Maintenance, Inspection and Testing activities
  • Results from duty holders
  • Key learning points and challenges
  • Conclusions
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Presented by George Petrie, Director, Human Factors and Safety Associates
 

With 23 years spent in various roles within HSE and Human Factors, George has acquired extensive health and safety experience. He is a chartered European Ergonomist/Human Factors Specialist (Eur. Erg, CErgHF), Chartered Health and Safety Practitioner (CMIOSH) and a Member of the International Institute of Risk Safety Management (MIIRSM) and ISCA Safety Coach. His focus for the past six years has been on Safety critical task analysis (SCTA) in the major hazard industries.

Who should attend:

Anyone working for a company with safety critical assets (COMAH, SEVESO, Offshore).

Cost:

EEMUA Member £ Free of charge
Non-member £ Free of charge

Programme

TimeDescription
11:00 - 12:00Presented by George Petrie, Director, Human Factors and Safety Associates