Human factors in safety management: safety culture, safety leadership and non-technical skills.
Flin, Rhona; Agnew, Cakil
Shatha N. Samman
Human factors/ergonomics (HFE) aspects of safety management are wide-ranging and it is now recognized that these are essential for effective risk control, as well as performance efficiencies and worker well-being. Traditionally, safety management.
|Publication Date||May 30, 2018|
|Book Title||Human factors and ergonomics for the Gulf Cooperation Council: processes, technologies and practices|
|Chapter Number||Chapter 3|
|Institution Citation||FLIN, R. and AGNEW, C. 2018. Human factors in safety management: safety culture, safety leadership and non-technical skills. In Samman, S.N. (ed.) Human factors and ergonomics for the Gulf Cooperation Council: processes, technologies and practices. Boca Raton: CRC Press [online], chapter 3, pages 43-64. Available from: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781498781909|
|Keywords||HFE; Safety management; Human factors; Ergonomics; Risk control|
FLIN 2018 Human factors in safety management
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