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Lacy: Industry must address human factors as part of self-regulation

Posted on 25 June 2014

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Tracing the cause of major incidents in the drilling industry often leads to single-point human errors. Participating on a panel discussion titled “Are we doing enough as an industry to be self-regulated?” at IADC World Drilling 2014 in Vienna on 19 June, industry veteran Kevin Lacy highlighted the role that human factors play in process safety. In this exclusive interview with DC Associate Editor Joanne Liou, Mr Lacy shares his insights on how industry can make processes more effective and steps to improve self-regulation.

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