If you’ve looked up the definition for human factors on the internet, you’re probably still confused. That’s because each standard uses this term in a different context and contains its own unique requirements.
Human factors is actually a fascinating topic that can benefit your root cause analysis, safety, and risk management processes.
Time: 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST
Audience: Beginner to Advanced
Human Factors is a term that appears in the latest versions of several ISO standards, including:
This course helps you to understand human factors in the context of each standard. You will learn how to apply the concept of human factors to your management system and address the standard requirements. You will also receive practical tools, proven methodologies, and helpful tips to make the job easier for you.
As with all of Axeon’s courses, this is a practical, how-to course that is not bogged down in academic discussions. We use case studies, practice exercises, and learning activities to keep the training activities and build competence.
|· Quality managers||Also:|
|· Management representatives||· Quality consultants|
|· Quality engineers||· Those involved in performing corrective actions|
|· Safety managers||· Those involved in medical device risk management|
|· Top management||· Preparation Of Checklists From Process Analysis|
|· Regulatory affairs specialists|
None. Our students range from seasoned quality professionals to novices. Our goal is to meet everyone at their current level of competence and increase it.
Intro to Human Factors
Review ISO Standard Requirements: 9001, AS9100D, 14971, 45001
Definitions of Human Factors by Standard
Human Factors and Root Cause Analysis
Corrective Action and Human Factors
The 13 Most Common Human Factors
Activity: Applying Human Factors in Corrective Action
Human Factors and Poka-Yoke
Definition & History of Poka-Yoke
Methodology for Poka-Yoke
Activity: Applying Poka-Yoke to Human Factors
Human Factors and Health & Safety
Definition of Human Factors in Health & Safety
Human Factors and Ergonomics
How Human Factors influence Safety at Work
Activity: Applying Human Factors to Safety
Human Factors and Medical Devices
Methodology for Considering Human Factors in Risk Assessment
Device Design According to Human Factors Consideration
Human Factors in Post-Market Surveillance
In order to ensure a high initial quality of audit activities in the companies and the entire supply chain, the appropriate competence of the auditors employed in relation to the respective methods is required. The IATF 16949 also clearly highlights this requirement for the competence of the auditors. The efficient approach during the audits is an important success factor. This training focuses on typical audit situations along the Automotive Core Tools.
This training is intended for employees from the Quality department and/or other departments of the organization who wish to acquire knowledge about the main Core Tools of the Automotive Industry or develop their skills in performing typical auditing situations in this context. This two-day training course is also aimed at qualified VDA 6.3 process auditors who wish to apply for an extension, as well as prospective VDA 6.3 Process and IATF System auditors who are seeking qualification.
The participants strengthen their technical competence and deepen their knowledge on the basic of typical auditing situations in the context of quality methods, focusing on an efficient approach. Both the assessment of the technically correct application of the respective methods and the case-specific assessment of typical situations are a central component of the training.
During the training, technical lectures on the essential Core Tools (APQP, VDA 2 / PPAP, FMEA, VDA 5 / MSA, Cmk / Ppk / Cpk / SPC and 8D) will be alternated with exercises in typical examples.
The focus is on practical application by the participants. Here, group work, individual exercises, question and answer exercises, as well as group discussions will be held.
The exploration of the course contents will alternate between some thematic exhibitions and practical exercises based on the professional reality of the participants.
Theoretical-practical training, with application to real cases, lasting 16 hours (2 days).