Human and organisational factors review of BHP's Kwinana Nickel Refinery
HF Integration recently supported BHP in reviewing current practices and policies against Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety human and organisational factors topics and accepted good practice. This allowed the identification of any gaps or opportunities for improvement, and subsequent development of a Human Factors Integration Plan to support continuous improvement.
Review of Kwinana Bulk Terminal Control Room
This quick ergonomic survey involved a review of the existing control room at KBT and development of concept designs for consideration by Fremantle Ports.
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BHP Automation Projects
HF Integration is currently supporting BHP in the automation of its supply chain. Our work to date has involved an assessment of a new ATS HMI design, alarms and alerts review, human error analysis of safework operations, and workload assessments and development of design options for Port and Ship Loader control workstations.
Human Factors Engineering to Chevron on Brownfield LNG - Chevron, EDG & GHD
HF Integration has been providing support and advice to Chevron on Brownfield LNG projects, including the Gorgon Wax Management project, and the assessment of temporary and permanent facilities on Barrow Island. The scope of work includes providing human factors engineering (HFE) guidance on the application of Safety in Design standards and human factors good practice, and acting as Chevron’s HFE Specialist at model reviews and workshops.
Control Room ergonomics review - Methanex New Zealand
HF Integration carried out a human factors review of a control room for a methanol plant in Motunui, New Zealand. The focus of the work is to review the existing control room and identify opportunities for improving the efficiency of operations, and the ergonomic design of the consoles.
Human Factors support for METRONET projects
HF Integration has been providing human factors support to Perth's Public Transport Authority and other organisations delivering METRONET projects. This includes:
Human Factors support to Chevron for Jansz-Io Compression project
HF Integration is currently supporting Chevron during the Jansz-Io Compression (JIC) FEED project. The scope of work includes expert support and guidance regarding HFE matters, assisting the project in meeting standards and HF good practice, delivery of HFE awareness training, oversight of other HFE specialists, valve and instrumentation criticality analysis, and accommodation and control facility design reviews.
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Human Factors Integration in brownfield projects - WoodGroup PSN
HF Integration has been supporting WoodGroup PSN in delivering brownfield projects on Woodside's North Rankin Complex and the Karratha Gas Plant. Work has involved ensuring that new equipment is designed in accordance with task requirements and relevant design standards. An important part of the human factors work has also been in identifying and addressing human reliability issues associated with construction activities.
Human Factors support to Rio Tinto Iron Ore
HF Integration has been providing an extensive programme of human factors support to Rio Tinto's Pilbara Iron Ore operations. This has included a review of operator workload, workstation ergonomics, Human-Machine Interface design, alarms design, human error analysis, and fatigue management for the AutoHaul project, and is now looking at other remote mining functions.
Development of Training Materials - Brookfield Rail
Andrew worked closely with Matt Stoker from Human Factors and Performance to develop training materials for Brookfield's new Safeworking Network Rules. This work followed successful training needs analysis that was conducted for the company previously.
Workplace ergonomics review at Holcim
Andrew worked with ACT Consulting to conduct a workplace ergonomics review of a major cement manufacturing plant. The review was conducted to assist Holcim with their ongoing initiative to reduce hand and finger injuries on site.