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3121: Reducing Human Error in Process Safety is a Course

3121: Reducing Human Error in Process Safety

Ended Jul 7, 2016

Full course description

Dates: July 7, 2016

Location: PCCT Center, Houston

Instructor: Mr. A. W. Armstrong

Credit: 0.7 CEUs/7 PDHs

Description: Human error is a significant source of risk within any organization. Management uses a variety of operational controls and barriers, including policies, procedures, work instructions, employee selection and training, auditing, etc., to reduce the likelihood of human error. Accidents occur when there is a failure in one or more of these controls and/or barriers.

Many companies are working to reduce their incident rates by integrating a more detailed analysis of human factors into their incident investigation procedures. In doing so, companies can identify weaknesses in their operational controls at a specific job site, within an operating region, and across the organization. 

Pricing Structure and Promotional Codes:

  • Regular Registration: $495
  • Early Registration (MKOCEARLY1):  $420
  • Partner Consortium Member (MKOCPARTNER1): $300
  • Sponsor Consortium Member (MKOCSPONSOR1): $400
  • Associate Consortium Member (MKOCASSOC1): $445

For questions or assistance about this course offering, contact:
Amarette Renieri 
Program Assistant 
Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center
P: 979-458-1863