Human Factors Awareness

This two-day course will explain the factors that can affect human performance at work with regards to the individual, job/workplace and organisation.

This course aims to increase understanding and awareness of human factors and how it can be applied. The course provides delegates with knowledge of human factors techniques and helps identify a range of factors that can affect human performance. This knowledge can be applied when considering design and change management as well as part of an investigation. This course has been revised to include new content, activities and case studies.

Topics covered include:

  • Understanding how people process information 
  • Explaining the performance shaping factors that can influence human performance
  • Referring to guidance to address the factors that affect performance 
  • Outlining how to practically apply human factors knowledge. 

RSSB also run a Non-Technical Skills course which expands upon and consolidates the individual performance concepts and also considers this from a human performance and competence management perspective.

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at safety managers, operations managers, safety advisors and safety specialists, hazard analysts, regulators, inspectors, and human factors advisors.

It’s also relevant to those whose role includes accident incident investigation. 

Course dates

Sign up to our training newsletter

From time to time we would like to send you marketing about RSSB’s Training courses. If you’d like to receive our quarterly Training bulletin directly in your inbox, and be the first to know when new courses launch, sign-up here.


Human Factors Awareness course overview
Haven’t found what you’re looking for?
Get in touch with our Learning Coordinator for further information.
Dean Ashton
Tel: 020 3142 5418
Cookies help us improve your website experience.
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.