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HUMAN FACTORS GEARED FOR CONSTRUCTION
HUMAN FACTORS FOR CONSTRUCTION
The construction sector demands safety and performance at the highest level. Cortexia is your answer to transforming science into performance with the latest construction human factors methods. We can assist with:
- Operations Diagnostics
- Threat & Error Management
- Project / Design / Engineering Human Factors
- Human Factors Assessment
- Human Factors Investigations and Trend Monitoring
- Incident Investigation Capability Review & Uplift
- Safety & Just Culture
- Human Performance Improvement Programs and Guidance
- Workload, Vigilance, Error, and Situation Awareness Assessment
- Human Factors Training
“Cortexia have an excellent understanding of Cognitive Psychology and are innovative in application of those techniques in the Defence environment.”
Vic Demczuk – Human Factors Manager
“Damien is a focussed, proactive and flexible operator who has provided invaluable project support. I would recommend Damien to support any complex project development that requires Human Factors expertise.”
Edward Macfarlane – Principal Consultant
HIGH PERFORMANCE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
OUR EXPERTISE; YOUR PERFORMANCE.
The latest trends in Human Factors and Performance Excellence for the construction industry Cortexia has commenced a survey to investigate the latest trends in Human Factors and Performance Excellence for the construction industry. Running between mid-April and mid-June 2022, the survey will be conducted by Dr, Damien Armenis, Cortexia’s founder and Managing Director and … Read More
The future of strategic human resource management in the construction industry will see the emergence of sustainable practices as a driver for improved employee safety and performance, which in turn will increase shareholder value. HRM leveraging change The Australian construction industry is poised to evolve over the next 5 to 10 years, with strategic … Read More
What happens when a financial institution takes a traditional approach to risk, with the aim to eliminate or minimise human error with procedure laden controls and a focus on individuals’ actions? Unless the industry is highly stable with very little complexity involved, it can be like trying to fit a square peg into a round … Read More
What do financial traders, surgeons, miners, bankers, pit crew, pilots, and air traffic controllers all have in common? Their decisions often have life-impacting implications for themselves and others. Their roles are complex, high-risk, and require rapid decision-making under extreme pressure. To avoid catastrophe, they must manage the unexpected as efficiently, effectively, and safely as possible. … Read More
Developing and Implementing a Safety Lead Indicator Program Organisations are increasingly moving towards an approach to safety that is proactive and predictive. For this to occur, a socio-technical systems approach to safety is often recommended. This involves considering all variables within the work environment and how they interact with one another (e.g., people, procedures, systems, … Read More
Fair and Just Culture The purpose of a Fair and Just Culture is to ensure that: All employees are treated fairly when things go wrong An atmosphere of trust is built and maintained in which employees are encouraged to provide essential safety related information The focus remains on identifying and addressing systemic issues and underlying … Read More