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That’s why things go wrong

July 22, 2011

See: errormanagement.co.uk

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  1. July 27, 2011 1:25 pm

    Thus, in the end human error is not manageable, or is it? In the end, things tend to go wrong were people are involved.

  2. August 3, 2011 4:10 pm

    Human Factors is about managing risks involving people in operations. The more we understand about the functioning of the human performance, the more we can create safety margins and hopefully reduce risks. Therefore we need deep understanding and insight which will lead us to an “integrated HF knowledge” in risk management.

    The error is a result and will be present for ever. It’s our duty to build space for errors and to limit the consequences.

    Focusing on managing errors is focusing on results. We need to understand errors but to manage risks.

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