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  • B Klampfer, R Flin, +45 authors Helmreich
  • 2001
Recommendations for the use of Behavioural Markers CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 6-9 Frequently Asked Questions about Behavioural Marker Systems BEHAVIOURAL MARKERS 1. What are behavioural markers? 10 2. How are behavioural markers derived? 10 3. What makes a good behavioural marker? 10 4. What are the domains of application? 11 5. What are the uses of behavioural(More)
In high-risk industries such as aviation, the skills not related directly to technical expertise, but crucial for maintaining safety (e.g. teamwork), have been categorized as non-technical skills. Recently, research in anaesthesia has identified and developed a taxonomy of the non-technical skills requisite for safety in the operating theatre. Although many(More)
Activity theory is based on the concept of tools mediating between subjects and objects. In this theory, an individual's creative interaction with his or her surroundings can result in the production of tools. When an individual's mental processes are exteriorized in the form of tools-termed objectification-they become more accessible to other people and(More)
BUILD-IT is a planning tool based on computer vision technology, supporting complex planning and composition tasks. A group of people, seated around a table, interact with objects in a virtual scene using real bricks. A plan view of the scene is projected onto the table, where object manipulation takes place. A perspective view is projected on the wall. The(More)
BUILD-IT is an up-and-running system putting at work highly intuitive, video-based interaction technology to support complex planning and configuration tasks. It makes state-of-the-art computing and visualisation available to all kinds of users, without requiring any special computer literacy. Based on real, tangible bricks as
AbsTRACT Availability of real-time information from remote drilling operations means that onshore staff can provide more effective support and reduce non-productive time. This study focuses on the human factors implications of remote operations, which have been largely ignored so far. The job design in five onshore facilities was assessed in terms of (1)(More)
  • B Klampfer, R Flin, +45 authors Helmreich
  • 2001
CONTENT INTRODUCTION 6-9 Frequently Ask Questions about Behavioural Marker Systems BEHAVIOURAL MARKERS 1. What are behavioural markers? 10 2. How are behavioural markers derived 10 3. What makes a good behavioural marker? 10 4. What are the domains of application? 11 5. What are the uses of behavioural markers? 11 BEHAVIOUR MARKER SYSTEMS 6. What are(More)
Motivation – Team training should reflect the increasing complexity of decision-making environments. Research approach – Guidelines for scenario-based training were adopted for a distributed setting and tested in a pilot training session with a distributed team in the offshore oil industry. Findings – Participants valued the scenario as challenging and(More)
Teams working on highly interdependent yet geographically distributed tasks need to closely coordinate their activities across distances. This field study in the upstream oil and gas industry illustrates that apart from geographical distribution, the onshore and offshore teams are confronted by considerable challenges due to asymmetries in tasks related,(More)
For highly interdependent yet location-specific tasks, distributed teams need to closely coordinate activities and processes. This field study in the upstream oil and gas industry focused on challenges in the coordination of highly interdependent tasks if teams work remotely on an ongoing basis. Based on 78 semi-structured interviews and observations over a(More)