Launch of HF-Air Ltd Provides Businesses of all Sizes with Access to Online Investigation Tools with Human Factors at its Heart

Launch of HF-Air Ltd Provides Businesses of all Sizes with Access to Online Investigation Tools with Human Factors at its Heart

Scottish-based business HF-Air Ltd is making it easier than ever before for businesses of all sizes to truly understand the root causes of safety and quality incidents as well as identifying business and performance inefficiencies. With analysis tools that address both 5M (machinery, methods, material, mother-nature, and measurement) causes and human failures, this business-critical tool offers easy one-click reporting and fantastic data trending features.

Neil Clark, Co-founder of HF-Air Ltd, commented, “Many businesses rely on investigation tools that do not facilitate a deeper understanding of human behaviour. HF-Air aims to change that. We’ve integrated 5-why analysis alongside leading-edge behavioural analysis tools that support a deeper understanding of why both intentional and unintentional behaviours occur.”

The responsive web-based design provides a streamlined and easy user experience with definitions and guidance at every step. At the heart of the investigation tool is an interactive timeline that provides a flexible overview of the critical factors that have occurred and their analysis progress, as well as any associated photographs. The data trending features allow businesses to instantaneously produce a range of graphs that highlight the leading types and causes of human failures.  This feature will allow businesses to focus their efforts on areas that are really hurting performance and causing incidents.

Using the latest research in psychology and human factors, HF-Air provides an intelligent and intuitive method of analysing all critical factors. The tool is customisable and can be adapted to suit any business, no matter the sector they operate in. For instance, the management of data can be tailored to match business strategy for the incoming General Data Protection Regulations in May 2018.

Johnny Mitchell, Co-founder of HF-Air, added, “We recognise that every business is different and will have different needs from an investigation tool. We will be offering different ways to use HF-AIR from full implementation of a company customised system to single-user access on our hosted HF-AIR system. This will allow businesses who already have investigation tools in place the opportunity to use our leading-edge HF investigation tools without the need for any additional IT requirements.”

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