A HUMAN FACTORSAPPROACH TO THEOPTIMISATION OF STAFFINGIN THE PROCESS INDUSTRY
What is Human Factors?                 "Human factors refer                  to environmental,                  organizat...
The jobincluding areas such as the nature of the task,workload, the working environment, the design ofdisplays and control...
The individual   including his/her competence, skills, personality,    attitude,    and     risk    perception.    Indivi...
The organization:   including work patterns, the culture of the    workplace, resources, communications, leadership    an...
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  1. 1. A HUMAN FACTORSAPPROACH TO THEOPTIMISATION OF STAFFINGIN THE PROCESS INDUSTRY
  2. 2. What is Human Factors?  "Human factors refer to environmental, organizational and job factors, and human and individual characteristics, which influence behavior at work in a way which can affect health and safety”
  3. 3. The jobincluding areas such as the nature of the task,workload, the working environment, the design ofdisplays and controls, and the role of procedures.Tasks should be designed in accordance withergonomic principles to take account of both humanlimitations and strengths. This includes matching thejob to the physical and the mental strengths andlimitations of people.
  4. 4. The individual including his/her competence, skills, personality, attitude, and risk perception. Individual characteristics influence behaviour in complex ways. Some characteristics such as personality are fixed; others such as skills and attitudes may be changed or enhanced.
  5. 5. The organization: including work patterns, the culture of the workplace, resources, communications, leadership and so on. Such factors are often overlooked during the design of jobs but have a significant influence on individual and group behaviour

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