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Human Factor Analysis: Strategies For Identifying, Controlling, And Preventing Workplace Accidents

Webinar: ID# 1023002
Recorded On-Demand
About This Course:
Human factors analysis has proven to be a very effective tool in a number of areas, including accident investigation, product design, equipment layout and design, litigation, efficiency improvements, and procedure considerations.

It allows your organization to use a scientific and methodical approach for identifying and eliminating potential risks and hazards. Organizations that have developed and implemented effective human factors analysis programs achieve the most value when the process is methodical, rigorous, and comprehensive.

Join us for a comprehensive webinar to get a clear understanding of human factors analysis, determine how it can benefit you, and learn how to develop and implement an effective program for your organization. Chet Brandon, CSP, CHMM of ATI Worksite Solutions will share tested strategies for developing and implementing a practical and effective human factors analysis process as part of your accident investigation program.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify and describe the concepts of human error reduction and human factors analysis
  • Evaluate the value of a comprehensive and practical human factors analysis process for your organization
  • Conduct an effective and practical human factors analysis process for your organization
  • Spot when human factors analysis should be used and how, with respect to:
    • accident investigations
    • product design
    • equipment layout and design
    • litigation
    • job and procedure considerations
    • Review model human factors analysis programs to determine how to effectively use all/parts in your process

    About Your Presenter

    Chet Brandon, CSP, CHMM
    Vice-President of Operations
    ATI Worksite Solutions

    Chet Brandon, vice president of operations for ATI Worksite Solutions, is a highly experienced EHS executive with extensive practice in the Process Industries (chemical, metals & glass) and Manufacturing Operations (automotive, aerospace & electronics). Chet attended Marshall University where he earned Master’s degrees in Safety Technology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He holds the Certified Safety Professional and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager designations. He is in a top leadership role with the leading organization in the occupational medicine and personnel safety field that specializes in working with industrial organizations. He has led a number of industrial concerns, including Fortune 500 businesses, to EHS excellence on a global scale.

    Chet has been the safety professional in charge of numerous industrial operations that included the handling or processing of combustible/explosive powders, hot metal operations and hydro/steam power generation. He has extensive experience in investigating industrial accident events to determine root causes and effective corrective action. Chet is also an active pilot with a keen interest in aviation safety.
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