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Home Paul Nunn At the Sharp End. Stock Image. Bibliographic Details. Title: At the Sharp End. Publisher: Unwin Hyman, London. Publication Date: 1988. ISBN 10: 0044401388, ISBN 13: 9780044401384.
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While organisational safety culture is a key determinant of workplace safety, it is also essential to focus on the non-technical skills of the system operators based at the 'sharp end' of the organisation. These skills are the cognitive and social skills required for efficient and safe operations, often termed Crew Resource Management (CRM) skills.
Working at the sharp end, many of us have noted an increase in the number of patients. These men are at the sharp end of law enforcement and when a man is waving a gun, they have to act decisively. See full dictionary entry for sharp. COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary. Easy Learning Idioms Dictionary. Example sentences including. These examples have been automatically selected and may contain sensitive content.
This is a well written book that introduces the issues, idea of 'Human Factors' into errors across a number of areas including, surgical . Should be on the book shelf of every safety manager for Transport and the Medical profession.
This is a well written book that introduces the issues, idea of 'Human Factors' into errors across a number of areas including, surgical safety, the nuclear industry and aviation. It puts forward seven main catagories and divides these into a number of non-technical skills. For example, situation awareness is identified as a category and sub-divided into three elements which include, gathering information, interpreting information and anticipating future states.
Another Ashgate book which opens doors for new solutions to old and new safety problems. Rhona Flin (BSc, PhD Psychology) is Professor of Applied Psychology in the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen, UK. The RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal, May 2008. She is a Chartered Psychologist, a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
the sharp end definition: the part of an activity, such as a job, where the most problems are likely to be found .
the sharp end definition: the part of an activity, such as a job, where the most problems are likely to be found:. From Cambridge English Corpus. They are the people at the sharp end. From Europarl Parallel Corpus - English. These countries, many of them candidate states, are at the sharp end of the refugee problem. At the same time, many at the sharp end are living in near poverty on a pittance. From the. Hansard archive.