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Event: Human Error Prevention Seminar

Improve productivity, safety, and quality

Published: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 - 11:39

(High Technology Seminars: Cold Spring, NY) -- High Technology Seminars will present a seminar in human error prevention Oct. 26–27 in San Antonio. Anyone whose objective is to improve productivity, safety, and quality will benefit from this two-day event. The principles and practices of human error prevention are universally applicable regardless of the type of industrial, commercial, or governmental enterprise and function performed.

In addition to discovery and invention, human error prevention can be the greatest contributor to improved productivity, safety, and quality. This seminar provides the most current developments in human error prevention. Upon completing the seminar, attendees will understand human error-prevention terminology; the relationships among culture, beliefs, values, attitudes, and behavior; the seven human error causal factors; and the four levels of human error.

Other subjects discussed at the seminar include:

Conservative and nonconservative decision thought-processes and behaviors

Coaching to reduce the recurrence of human error

Human error root causes

Human error measurement

Design and implementation of a human error-prevention program

Register for the seminar now.


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High Technology Seminars mission is to help companies to improve the productivity, safety and quality of their enterprise and products (items and services), by them with high value, high content, highly specific, take-away information that can readily be implemented, all of which is presented by highly qualified professionals.Seminar content covers human error, human error prevention, human performance, human performance improvement, problem reporting, root cause analysis, corrective action, process improvement tools,  and quality and environmental management systems, and more.