If you are new to human and organizational performance (HOP) or are looking to strengthen your knowledge of the foundational principles of HOP, this is the course for you. Human performance – your people – introduce uncertainty into work. This human risk is probably the biggest risk to the reliability and safety of your operations. This course will explain the core principles of human and organization performance and provide strategies and tools to manage this human risk to achieve more resilient and safer operations.

Instructor Tony Muschara is one of the leading specialists and authors in human performance, and was instrumental in developing the principles, tools, and training that played a key role in helping the Institute of Nuclear Power Operators (INPO) drive better understanding of how to manage the human risk to processes and plants in the nuclear power industry. Since leaving INPO Tony has helped companies in a wide range of industry sectors learn and apply these same principles and tools to create more resilient and safer operations. Tony is also the author of the book Risk-Based Thinking: Managing the Uncertainty of Human Error in Operations.

This 2-day class will be organized into the following sections to help participants understand how to take what they learn back and apply it in real-world setting of their companies:

  1. Worker Aspects
  2. System / Management Aspects
  3. Integration and Implementation

WHEN: Wednesday - Thursday, January 22-23, 2020
WHERE:  Army Navy Country Club, Arlington, VA
REGISTRATION URL: https://foundations_of_hop.eventbrite.com

Register for the 2020 Human & Organizational Performance (HOP) Summit today!

The 2020 HOP Summit will be held on June 9-11, 2020, at The Westin Houston, Memorial City in Houston, TX.  It will be an unforgettable learning event dedicated to moving from PRINCIPLES to PRACTICE through the sharing and discussion of human & organizational performance implementation and deployment strategies.

The 2020 HOP Summit will feature experts, thought leaders, and safety & health professionals who have significant experience deploying HOP.  The educational sessions, workshops, roundtable discussions, and networking experiences will provide extraordinary opportunities to learn, and the rare opportunity to connect and build relationships with others deploying HOP in industry.  The 2020 HOP Summit will target safety & health professionals, workers, and operational leaders at all stages of their HOP journey, from beginning to advanced.

To register or learn more about this one-of-a-kind event, go to hop.orchse.com