Category: human performance

Interdependent Safety and Human Performance: What Today’s Events Are Teaching Us

By Jeff Palombo, Vice President of Safety Operations The principles of Human Performance teach us that all humans make mistakes. Some of these mistakes may be unavoidable, while others may be unintentionally provoked from the very operating system we are working within, but both forms of human error can result in negative consequences. Regardless of […]

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