THE LEADER'S ROLE IN MITIGATING HUMAN ERROR:
EXPLORING THE BRAIN-CENTERED
HAZARDS™ MATRIX
THE LEADER'S ROLE IN
MITIGATING HUMAN ERROR:
EXPLORING THE BRAIN-CENTERED
HAZARDS™ MATRIX

SEMINAR

April 25, 2018 - Atlanta, Georgia
April 25, 2018 - Atlanta, Georgia
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The Leader's Role in Mitigating Human Error

High-reliability performance is now within your grasp.

For years, many organizations with high-functioning safety systems have hit a plateau in performance, not just with safety but also in quality and other business outcomes. They have performance tools and great people in place but aren’t getting the results their investment deserves.

The Leader's Role in Mitigating Human Error seminar provides the missing link that bridges the gap between systems and outcomes. Leveraging applied neuroscience to address “human error” (a contributing factor of 70-80% of serious injuries and high-consequence accidents), the seminar reveals a game-changing approach that aligns work environments, technological interfaces, operating procedures, work schedules, and work culture with how the human brain works.

Safety like never before

With lessons learned from applied neuroscience, we are redefining safety and operational reliability, and revealing new solutions for eliminating exposure and building reliability that works with — not against — the human brain.

Unlock the potential of this one-of-a-kind human performance error solution and learn:

  • Human Errors and the Wonders of Inconsistency
  • How the Human Brain Really Works
  • Understanding Brain-Centered Hazard™ Exposure in the Workplace
  • Mitigating Brain-Centered Hazard™ Exposure: What's Required?
  • Powering Human Performance Reliability: The Role of Leaders

Presenters

David Musgrave - VP, Consulting Leader, DEKRA's Brain-Centric Reliability™ System

presenter David MusgraveA pioneer in brain-centered hazard reduction, David creates customized performance solutions based in applied neuroscience that fosters strong performance reliability through a systemic approach of designing and enhancing workplaces and processes, all with the human brain in mind.


Phillip Belcher - Principal Consultant

presenter Phil BelcherAn innovative and highly motivated HSE director, Phillip offers applied neuroscience and human-error reduction strategies to create a world-class safety culture in diverse locations and industries.

Agenda

8:00 AM Welcome & Breakfast
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Morning Discussion
  • Why Do People Often Get it Wrong When it Counts?
  • Creating Right-First-Time Performance
  • Your Brain: An Owners Guide
  • Built in Brain-Hazards That Lead to Critical Errors at Work
  • High Potential Event (HPE) Case Study
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Afternoon Discussion
  • Part 2: Built in Brain-Hazards That Lead to Critical Errors at Work
  • The Brain-Centered Hazard™ Matrix: Defenses and Countermeasures
  • Taking Control: Action Planning for Operational Reliability

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Who Should Attend

Leaders of all levels unite to learn how human performance error occurs within operations, and what can be done using science to improve operational outcomes in safety, quality, HR, and across the organization to get work right the first time as planned.

Register now for exclusive access to this one-day leadership seminar.
Register online or call Andra Brown at 1-805-665-6158.
$695/registration.
Group discounts are available. For group discounts and registration contact Andra Brown at 1-805-665-6158 or .

Date/Location:

April 25, 2018
Twelve Atlantic Station
400 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 30308

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Cancellations: Registrations cancelled on or before April 12th will be fully refunded. Registrations can be cancelled by emailing , by phone at 800-449-8737, or through your online registration.