This course will show how psychological factors enter into the engineering profession. Many aspects of the engineering profession are nontechnical such as balancing "green" practices with an effective cost structure, engineering ethics, how detail oriented should an engineer be, employee mental fitness for work, manager's leadership style, and communication between engineers.
Why should you Attend:
A project will suffer if there is not an understanding of the personality types of the workers involved. This can make the difference between a successful project and one that fails. Without some understanding of psychological inevitable conflicts will arise.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Safety Analysis Considering Human Error
Human Factors Engineering
Behavior Based Safety Analysis
Steps toward Human Performance Improvement
Work/Life balance in the Engineering Profession
Crisis Decision Making
Who Will Benefit:
Keith Warwick , PE earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Davis. He became a California Professional Engineer in 1983 and has also held PEs in Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois and New York. He has 34 years of civil, environmental and safety engineering experience.
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