Human factors and ergonomics is the application of psychological and physiological principles to the design of products, processes and systems to reduce human error and maximise performance.
25 years of applying Human Factors techniques to Tri-Service projects as well Air Traffic Control, Formula One and Blue Light Vehicles. We specialise in Special Project systems and Remote, Automated Operations.
We design useful tools that help employees be in the best position to do their job correctly, effectively, and conscientiously.
Understanding the best use of live vs synthetic training best practice; ensuring optimal skill transfer.
We have an experienced team of training analysts, courseware designers and training deliverers who are specialists in their field. We are able to offer the best in Training Needs Analysis, Cost Benefit Analysis and training media solutions. We are able to work with you to ensure the best blend of training delivery is achieved according to your organisation or customer needs, matching the people who will need to acquire the skills and knowledge.
Supplying comprehensive support necessary to assure the effective and economical delivery of your system for its entire life cycle.
Our team is able to offer integrated and iterative processes for developing support strategies that optimise functional support, leverage existing resources, lower life cycle cost and decrease the logistics footprint, making the delivered system easier to maintain and support. Our team have a track record of supporting large military vehicle programmes both in the UK and in Australia. We can also apply the principles to commercial product support or customer service organisations.
"Excellence comes from Human Beings doing things of value that customers find memorable."
"Excellence is not a skill it’s an attitude"
"Nobody hands you excellence on a silver platter. You earn it thorough Planning, Preparing and Persisting in the face of all obstacles."
"I know you won’t believe me, but the highest form of Human Excellence is to question oneself and others."