At the Human Factors Institute, we are passionate and experienced healthcare consultants that work with your teams to deliver excellent, safe care. We specialise in digital design and elearning and are committed to designing, building and delivering educational solutions that build organizational core skills in improvement, safety, and leadership.
HFI work with leaders, investigators and educators, to build organisation wide knowledge of human factors.
HFI develop innovative online training solutions, workshops and performance support tools, in the field of human factors.
We are passionate about helping organisations understand the physical, psychological and organisational factors that affect people performance.
We equip leaders with performance support tools in order to apply their knowledge of human factors to increase team engagement, reduce error, improve performance and embed a safety culture.
Our consultants have over 25 years experience in the fields of neuropsychology, adult education, quality management and pharmaceutical science/manufacturing.
HFI work with our clients to understand their areas of concern and provide practical advice. We help our clients implement effective and compliant business practices to improve their overall performance.
HFI provide learning solutions to suit your requirements, in the area of human factors. Ranging from introductory training in human factors to advanced application of human factors.
Public Workshops: We deliver a range of public workshops. Contact us for a training catalogue.
On-site Training: We will come to your site to deliver training that is customized to your needs. Customization could include development of case studies relevant to your organisation.
Online Learning Library: a library of online learning resources will be available to our clients in 2017. For more information regarding our learning library, or to be notified when it goes live, contact us.
HFI are experienced in conducting Quality, GxP and compliance audits to TGA, FDA, PIC/S and ISO standards. Areas of particular focus include investigations where human error is identified to be a causal factor, documentation and training deficiencies.
Human Error: Identify potential deficits, review current deficits, analyze data trends and suggest appropriate recommendations.
Training Compliance: identify gaps and suggest methods designed to maximize learning in your organisation.
Documentation: Identify areas of vulnerability and recommend design solutions that capture best practice in a concise, easy-to-use format.