Accident investigation — how to accurately examine human behaviour

Supplied by Andatech Breathalysers Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 11 May, 2016


The interface between human and machine is becoming a key risk factor for workplace incidents. It's difficult to properly assess the human side of that risk and easy to incorrectly blame the person, rather than look more deeply at the full picture of workplace, worker, work and equipment.

Download this white paper to examine a behavioural model to apply in the investigation of workplace incidents to gain significant insight into the human aspect involved.


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