August 30, 2023

Unveiling the Human Side of Career Success: A Glimpse into the World of Human Factors

In a world driven by technology and innovation, the intersection of human behaviour and advanced systems has become a crucial […]
December 2, 2022

Fatigue, The Hot Topic of 2022 & The Role of Swing Shift Pattern as a Hazard

by Jana Mihulkova Throughout 2022, IHF has delivered many projects of various scopes and across multiple industries. The experience that […]
November 29, 2022

Ryan Donald – My Journey into Human Factors

Ryan Donald is a Chartered Safety Professional (CMIOSH) and Human Factors Consultant (Chartership pending) with extensive experience in the management […]
November 15, 2022

Why human factors are vital considerations in incident investigations?

The HSE figures for Workplace fatal injuries in Great Britain 2021/22 counted a total of 123 fatalities at workplace, over […]
October 4, 2022

Building your own Intelligent Customer Capability

Building your own Intelligent Customer Capability The concept of Intelligent Customer (IC) in relation to high-hazard safety was developed by […]
August 29, 2022

Work as Imagined vs Work as Done

Work as Imagined vs Work as Done When we look at approaches to safety and Human Factors, it’s very important […]
August 15, 2022

Human Error v Human Factors

Human Error v Human Factors Often the terms human error and human factors are used in an interchangeable way – […]
August 8, 2022

Sleep walking into a disaster

Employees won’t tell you when they are tired. Several studies have shown that employees won’t discuss fatigue in the workplace. […]
August 2, 2022

Why do management of change projects fail?

There is a huge pressure in change initiatives to be completed quickly often without considering the human element in enough detail. […]