Key Factors For Every Organization To Minimize Human Error

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  • Unfortunately, even motivated employees can become quite inefficient once human error comes into play.
  • 4 key factors for every organization to minimize human error.
  • 7 ways to minimize errors when designing tools and activities

An organization can have amazing products and services, but if its employees aren’t performing effectively and efficiently, it will likely not succeed in the long run. Unfortunately, even motivated employees can become quite inefficient once human error comes into play, says an article published on safety4sea website. 

Reduce human error

The sixth guiding principle out of the eight OCIMF principals on human factors, comes to highlight that proper resources and infrastructure can manage risk better and reduce the probability of human error. 

Reducing human errors should be at the top of every organization’s priority list. In any case, developing and promoting new procedures can help improve workplace efficiencies and cut down on human errors.

4 key factors for every organization to minimize human error

  1.  Human error prevention training: Identify impact of human errors
  2. Focus on improving staff’s wellbeing: Try to limit work-related stress
  3. Have response plan: Record all errors and follow up with constructive feedback
  4. Improve employee training: Improve workplace competency to reduce the likelihood of human errors

7 ways to minimize errors when designing tools and activities

  1. Add specific constraints to actions
  2. Offer suggestions and feedback
  3. Confirm before destructive actions
  4. Warn before errors are made
  5. Invest in user-friendly design patterns
  6. Encourage users to double-check their work
  7. Design with the user’s experience in mind

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Source: safety4sea 

 

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