Maggie wins best abstract award at HFESNZ Conference

Maggie wins best abstract award at HFESNZ Conference

HFESNZ Conference 2019 The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society hosted their annual symposium and conference this year over 3 days in Auckland. The conference included presentations from a range of experts in the human factors field, with Maggie’s presentation helping to kick-off the third day. Maggie’s presentation on using work domain analysis in safety case development was awarded best abstract, for..

Risk Compensation vs prudence – two sides of the same coin?

Risk Compensation vs prudence – two sides of the same coin?

Everyone was confident that ABS would make a big difference to the risk of nose-to-tail car collisions.   How wrong we were! I was initially astounded when the statistics were reported years ago: no difference in nose-to-tail crash rates. Why? “Risk compensation” the researchers said. It turns out that drivers of cars fitted with ABS were more confident of their..

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