The 2015 IADC Health, Safety, Environment & Training Conference & Exhibition examines a range of topics impacting accident prevention, environmental protection, competency, and training in the drilling industry.
Kerri Maurina, Human Factors Senior Consultant, has been invited to speak on Tuesday, February 3 at 3:45 p.m. to discuss Human Factors and Competency Management.
When assessing the competency of personnel, the management system must evaluate both technical as well as non-technical skills and rely heavily on the individual’s underlying aptitudes and capabilities. Proper consideration of a functional Competency Management System (CMS) is many times overlooked, but it is nonetheless a vital component of any high-performing Safety Management System (SMS). An effective safety management system is linked to personnel appraisal and improvement plans and can result in other tangible benefits such as improved performance indicators and enhanced safety culture.
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