OCIMF releases a new paper on its Human Factors Approach

Oct 15 2020


The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) has released a new paper outlining the organisation’s approach to human factors.

The organisation’s mission, which was updated at the beginning of 2020, promises that human factors will be considered in everything the organisation does.

 

OCIMF aims to improve safety and environmental protection in the maritime industry by considering human factors when providing guidance and recommendations.

 

The Human Factors Approach paper outlines how OCIMF will integrate human factors into its activities and contribute to making our industry progress on human factors. It includes:

 

·            A set of principles that guide OCIMF’s actions on human factors.

·            An overall goal for OCIMF.

·            A framework to understand how human factors issues impact operations.

·            Opportunities to take action.

 

The paper is available to view in full or download here.

 

 



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