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Brain-centric approach looks at neurological origins for human error

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While the primary purpose of incident investigations is to learn and improve, this isn’t always made clear to workers on the rig, said Dr Susan Koen, Founder and CEO of RoundTheClock Resources. In this video from the 2015 IADC Human Factors Conference in Galveston, Texas, Dr Koen explains why this purpose should be stated more explicitly. She also outlines a brain-centric approach to human error that looks to neurological explanations, such as the impact of fatigue on the brain, for behavior and errors.

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