The following table contains links to past Beville newsletters, Beville's published papers (available by filling out our published paper request form - those papers are linked to the form), and external articles.
Book written by David A. Strobhar: Human Factors in Process Plant Operation
|A Few Factors To Consider When Designing Checklists|
|Bring Your Procedures Into the 21st Century (external)|
|Control Systems ...Oh no, not again! (external)|
|COP: Is there a way to make procedures easier to use and update?|
|DCS Console Operator Issues in Related Industries (external)|
|Effectiveness Of Warning Labels|
|Emergency Procedures: Is There A Best Format?|
|How Good is Your Operator's Mental Model? (external)|
|How much worse would your plant be if you threw away all the emergency procedures?|
|How to build a better operator (external)|
|Is Your Plant's Emergency Response Significantly More Difficult Than Others In The Industry?|
|Lessons Learned About Plant Operations in the 20 Years Since the Three Mile Island Incident|
|Man & Machine: Procedures for Protecting Plants and Refineries (external)|
|Modularizing Emergency Procedures for Increased Ease of Use and Updating (external)|
|Procedure/Display Design Style|
|Procedures can result in worse performance|
|Service Extraction from Operator Procedures in Process Industries (external)|
|The Good News/Bad News of Procedural Based Training|
This year's Fall meeting for the Center for Operator Performance will be October 7-10 in Houston, TX. For more information, please contact Lisa Via. Guests are always welcome!
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David Strobhar's book, "Human Factors in Process Plant Operation," is now available in both hardcover and Kindle e-book.
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