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Chapter 28: Communicating with Decision Makers: Getting the Board on Board

by Nigel Heaton and Bernie Catterall Practitioner summary Human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) practitioners have the best opportunity ever to communicate with senior decision makers to get our message to the Boards of companies, but we need to adapt our approach … Continue reading

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Chapter 26: Human Factors and Ergonomics in the Construction and Demolition Industry: A Dynamic and Diverse Environment

by Daniel Hummerdal and Stuart Shirreff Practitioner summary This chapter outlines dimensions that may be relatively unique to the construction and demolition industries. Each aspect provides a challenge and an opportunity where HF/E practitioners can make a difference in these … Continue reading

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Chapter 18: Human Factors and Ergonomics Practice in the Nuclear Industry: Helping to Deliver Safety in a High-Hazard Industry

by Clare Pollard Practitioner summary The application of human factors/ergonomics (HF/E) in the nuclear industry provides practitioners with opportunities to design systems and processes, whilst ensuring the safety of workers and the public. There are multiple features that make the … Continue reading

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