Human and organizational factors of safety: state of the art
Considered as the ‘bible’ of human and organizational factors of safety (HOF), this comprehensive report addresses all of the major concepts in relation to safety: ergonomics, cognitive psychology, social psychology, the sociology of organizations, etc. The aim is to ensure that HOF are an integral part of day-to-day professional life, and risk management.
| Contents |
- Manufacturing safety
- From ‘behavior’ to activity
- The working environment influences behaviour
- Human operators are different and variable
- The brain and human reasoning
- Work groups
- Human error: an inadequate explanation
- The health of employees and the health of the organization
- The organization: its strengths and weaknesses
- Safety culture
- The keys HOF points of industrial safety
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