David Strobhar's book, "Human Factors in Process Plant Operation," is now available in hardcover from Momentum Press and Kindle E-book from Amazon.com. The Kindle version has full color images, while the hardcover book is in black and white.
Call it the human element in how a refining and chemical process operation is run….the other side of the machine and control system operation equation. Its value is in lives protected and money saved.
This plain English guide to the principles of
human factors will enable operations and control
personnel—both the experienced and uninitiated—
to understand how to successfully incorporate
the concepts within their own plants. Through
real-world examples, the author explains how
human factors engineering concepts do, and must, dovetail with process plant design and operation.
Offering practical insights, the book lays out the principles of human-system interactions and how they must be incorporated into any plant and control system from the get go—in order to ensure safe and efficient operations. Control engineers and operations managers will gain incomparable, inside-the-industry experience from:
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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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