3 levels of understanding human error
from By Michael S. Haro, Ph.D.
Accidents happen when we least expect them. Generally attributed to human error, gaining a better understanding of this condition will aid in its prevention. Human error, usually resulting from not being focused on what you are doing, is the cause of most accidents that occur. It is a momentary lapse of thought that results in an accident. When thoughts start to drift, especially while engaged in a potentially dangerous activity, an accident is waiting to happen.
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