Managing human failures is essential to prevent major accidents,
occupational accidents and ill health, all of which can cost
organisations money and reputation.
Individuals have a wide range of abilities and
limitations. A Human Factors (or Ergonomics) approach focuses on
how to make the best use of these capabilities: by designing jobs
and equipment which are fit for people. This not only improves
their health and safety but often ensures a better managed, more
Successful businesses achieve high productivity and quality
while ensuring good health and safety. Good technology combined
with the best work systems can help to achieve these goals. The
best work systems are based on having a skilled workforce, with
well-designed jobs that are appropriate to individuals'
The influence of biological, psychological and organisational
factors on an individual at work can affect their health and
safety, but it also affects their efficiency and productivity.
We can help you. Our
Ergonomics and Human Factors Specialists have a breadth of
providing independent, bespoke, specialist support to
organisations. Working in multidisciplinary teams, our experts
review and optimise the relationships between people and their
physical and social context of work.
This breadth of expertise underpins our strength in building
multidisciplinary teams to create practical, useful solutions.
These solutions can take the form of targeted research, expert
advice and consultancy, testing and modelling, or specialised
To talk to an expert or arrange a consultation, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
Consultancy. Our specialist training is
CIEHF-accredited and our courses can be tailored to your specific
needs. This includes visiting your workplace to gain an
understanding of your needs that enables us to tailor the training
content and maximise its benefit to you.
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