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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit


EMBRAER provided feedback on the applicability, clarity of description and usability of the SAFEMODE toolkit. Under focus were the techniques Focus Group, which can be used to identify user needs/requirements, and Hierarchical Task Analysis, which serves as a blueprint to specify the activity required to complete a job. 


SAFEMODE 5th Newsletter


The 5th SAFEMODE project newsletter is now published. What does the newsletter contain?


  • Brief information about the project
  • Risk framework validation with incident cases and domain case studies (D4.3)
  • SAFEMODE Updates 
  • 1st SAFEMODE Dissemination Workshop
  • Future event

The 5th SAFEMODE Newsletter is accessible HERE


WEBINAR - Towards a Safety Learning Culture for the Shipping Industry


We are happy to announce that the White Paper "Towards a Safety Learning Culture for the Shipping Industry" will be released and presented to the maritime community at a Webinar being held on the 7th of April 2022 hosted by WMU. To find out more and register please visit https://www.wmu.se/events/webinar-towards-a-safety-learning-culture-for-the-shipping-industry.


CBTP-Module 1 Pilot Test


Students from Maritime Safety and Environmental Administration (MSEA) specialization at World Maritime University have participated in a pilot test of SAFEMODE Capacity building training package. The first phase of the pilot consisted of sessions on human factors and human performance, human limitations and capabilities, systems thinking, putting human error into context, safety culture, and human factors capability in maritime and aviation provided by Deep Blue, EUROCONTROL, University of Strathclyde, and World Maritime University. A second phase will follow with sessions on SAFEMODE developments and Human Factors policy gaps and recommendations. 


SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit


The 4th interview for the evaluation of the SAFEMODE Human Factors Toolkit was held with NTUA. In the focus of the feedback session were two factsheets: Critical Incident Technique which is a Task and Human Activity Analysis and HEART, a method for Human Reliability Assessment.