Clockwork deliver fatigue training for the Institute of Chemical Engineers
Thursday 20th September, Edinburgh
Clockwork’s Research Director, Dr Alexandra Holmes was invited to deliver the ‘Managing Fatigue’ module of the Institute of Chemical Engineers ‘Human Factors in Health and Safety’ course in Edinburgh, Scotland this week.
Dr Holmes discussed the latest developments in Fatigue Management in two sessions focusing on Human Reliability and Failure, drawing upon Clockwork’s extensive experience of managing fatigue for clients in the oil and gas, mining and aviation industries. The sessions were designed to provide delegates with a thorough grounding in the subject matter, with the emphasis on developing operational solutions that take account of latest scientific developments in fatigue management.
This course, organised by the Keil Centre and the Institute of Chemical Engineers, is a 1-year development programme, which builds upon the needs identified in the process industries, namely:-
- Content covering human factors in process safety, health and safety generally, with links to other aspects of business performance
- A modular course design, with short residential events spread over time, also providing networking opportunities with like- minded professionals.
- Consultancy skills development to help implement human factors solutions.