April 2011

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Research anticipates failures in workplace

A new independent research report has presented industry with a practical way to measure the human factors health of their safety regimes, potentially opening the way to significant advances in workplace safety, environmental stewardship and operational efficiency.

A new independent research report has presented industry with a practical way to measure the human factors health of their safety regimes, potentially opening the way to significant advances in workplace safety, environmental stewardship and operational efficiency. The report, a collaborative effort between the Energy Institute (EI), Lloyd’s Register EMEA and the UK Health and Safety Executive (UK HSE), is expected to be welcomed by the energy and related process and transportation sectors, but it also will have relevance for most companies looking to better understand and manage the impact their employees have on safe and efficient operations. “This report is significant, in tha

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