Human Factors & Ergonomics - Awareness & Applications for Business Improvement

11 Jun ‘15

9.00AM - 1.00PM

Venue: Scion House, Stirling University Innovation Park, University of Stirling.

The Keil Centre has worked extensively for organisations across various industries to provide advice on the application of human factors, ergonomics and psychology. Our client base is diverse, both in terms of industry and geographic location.

Our consultants have considerable expertise in applying human factors and ergonomics within manufacturing industries, oil and gas, petrochemicals, chemicals and plastics, pharmaceuticals, laboratories & biohazards, as well as, healthcare and a range of public sector organisations, including the Scottish Government.

Our experience includes the integration of human factors and ergonomics within engineering programmes, environment & product design, usability testing for products, services & software, ergonomic risk assessments, human factors management processes, development of procedures, behavioural & organisational safety standards, and the application of safety critical task analysis and human error analysis techniques to reduce organisational risk.

Content: Background & overview of key topics with business and industrial examples.

Delivery: Presentation, workshop & case studies.

Presenters: Colin Munro, Consultant Ergonomist & Johnny Mitchell, Occupational Psychologist

9:00am - Registration, Tea/Coffee, Welcome

9:30am - Presentation Start

10:30am - Break for Tea/Coffee

11:00am - Workshop Start

A light buffet lunch will be provided after the Workshop which will last approximately 1.5 hours. 

Please click here to register on Eventbrite.

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