UK Energy Institute to launch new ‘Learning from Incidents’ tool at Aberdeen safety conference

PrintThe Energy Institute, in partnership with the Stichting Tripod Foundation, is hosting a conference in Aberdeen on Human factors application in major hazard industries.

This event will showcase the EI’s new Hearts and Minds – Learning from Incidents tool, a unique resource to help companies engage staff to improve learning practices.

This conference will be of interest to anyone managing health, safety and the environment, including process safety and occupational safety, as well as those with a specialist interest in human factors and ergonomics. This includes those with responsibilities for managing competence and training, risk assessment and fatigue.

The UK-based Energy Institute (EI) is the leading chartered professional membership body for the energy industry, supporting over 21,000 individuals working in or studying energy and 200 energy companies worldwide.

With some 3,500 members, the Energy Institute (Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands Branch) is the largest outside London comprising individual members;

It includes students and representatives from Oil and Gas, Utilities, Nuclear and Renewables operating and service companies in the region

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http://www.scottishenergynews.com/event/energy-institute-to-launch-new-learning-from-incidents-tool-at-aberdeen-safety-conference/

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