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Embedding non-technical skills as part of core business in emergency management - final project report

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posted on 2024-04-07, 22:47 authored by Christopher BearmanChristopher Bearman, Peter HayesPeter Hayes
Non-technical skills are increasingly been seen as a vital part of effective performance in industries where there is a high potential for catastrophic outcomes (such as medicine, maritime, aviation and the military). In these industries non-technical skills have become an integral part of core business and a variety of tools and training programs have been developed to support and enhance their use. Emergency management has been somewhat slower to adopt non-technical skills management programs, although such programs are now starting to emerge. The Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC has been instrumental in facilitating research in non-technical skills over the last 10 years and a reasonable body of work has emerged on non-technical skills. This project draws together much of this body of work by providing an overarching integrative framework and by developing a set of training materials that can be used to train people in emergency management. This set of materials is an important resource that can help the adoption of non-technical skills by agencies so that they come to be seen as core business.

Funding

Category 4 - CRC Research Income

History

Start Page

1

End Page

16

Number of Pages

16

Publisher

Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC

Additional Rights

CC BY-NC

Peer Reviewed

  • Yes

Open Access

  • Yes

Author Research Institute

  • Appleton Institute

Era Eligible

  • Yes

Report Number

693.2021

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