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ISO 11064 Is Still Crucial in Control Rooms. Here Is Why.

September 30, 2017

ISO 11064 is the only Ergonomic Standard that comprehensibly addresses the Human Factors and Ergonomics of a control room. The role of the standard is twofold, it addresses the risk to humans through…

Fatigue Risk Management Is Just About Keeping People Awake

September 29, 2017

Fatigue Risk Management is focused on two import aspects: alertness and fatigue that leads to falling asleep. Studies show that many shift workers acknowledge falling asleep at work due to irregular work-rest schedules.…

Fatigue Risk Management Systems Could Bring New Life to Your Tired Operators

September 28, 2017

Recent studies of workers have identified that job dissatisfaction along with a previous history of MSDs were the two most significant predictive factors for employees reporting work-related injuries. A 2013 Gallup poll finds…

3 Things to Change to Better Manage Operator Workload

September 27, 2017

Operator workload is driven by three main topics: The physical equipment they monitor. The interactions they do on a day-to-day basis. The automation system. If you want to influence the workload you must…

Learn why the alarm management safety layer is flawed and what to do to make sure abnormal situations are detected, managed, and prevented.

July 24, 2017

  The operators job is to keep the process running at optimal capacity. Operators have a direct effect on quality, they prevent unplanned downtime, respond to safety critical events, and can provide valuable…

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