JIG's work on Human Factors provides free resources to Members for use in their own safety programmes.
The original concept of Human Factors and the “Dirty Dozen” was developed by Gordon Dupont while working for Transport Canada 25 years ago. The basis of his work was to define external and cultural factors that could negatively affect performance at work. In doing to so was able to explain why certain activities that were engieered for safety and had very robust operating procedures still generated accidents. Dupont went on to work for the Federal Aviation Authority, developing materials and training around aviation-related procedures.
JIG is therefore taking these concepts and is developing some Human Factor specific Posters, Videos and LFOs. These materials and associated toolbox talks can be used by operators as part of their safety and training activities. For more information on the materials, see below.
Available for download from the publications section in 8 languages under Health & Safety within Standards & Publications
Returning to work after a pandemic (PDF). Download Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Toolbox talks for Operators. Available in English and other languages