June 03, 2014

Human errors.

Today we have discussed the incidents in organisations which lead to fatal outcomes. It was said that the major reason why such incidents occur is human errors. Although different human errors type were discussed. I think, that the major human error nowadays is negligence and lack of care. Because nowadays technologies can help enormously in terms of difficulties of information gathering. I may be wrong, but in my opinion the only reason why 'information is not available' and 'not observed' is first of all the lack of proper care and attention of leaders. Of course most of us would agree that lack of skills and experience may lead to incorrect interpretation or anticipation, but isn't it inattentiveness of a manager who didn't control the skills of personnel especially in such high risk companies as petrochemical ones.

On the other hand, it is so easy to think about human errors and analyse major accidents now, after they occurred. But is it that easy to control and minimise these errors when you work in the company and don't view from the outside?


- No comments Not publicly viewable


Add a comment

You are not allowed to comment on this entry as it has restricted commenting permissions.

June 2014

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
May |  Today  | Jul
                  1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30                  

Search this blog

Galleries

Most recent comments

  • Interesting point on how the company can dictate what type of leadership you are. It is inevitable t… by Shujaat Alikhan on this entry
  • I think if you work for the NHS you will invariably admire what you do. The only real exception is i… by Sue on this entry
  • *prioritise by Fidan Sadikhli on this entry
  • Yes,Charles, agree with you! Life would be so boring without those "not urgent–not important" things… by Fidan Sadikhli on this entry
  • I have the same problem when it comes to being distracted and doing things that are not important or… by Charles Adjei on this entry

Blog archive

Loading…
Not signed in
Sign in

Powered by BlogBuilder
© MMXXII