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At Ergonomics and Human Factors 2016 there will be a number of presentations covering Human Factors in the Rail Industry.

These will be on Tuesday April 19th.

Is It Really Worth Asking The Users? A Case Study From The Rail IndustryDavid Hitchcock, David Hitchcock Limited
Good practice in the making of on-train announcements in the event of an incidentDavid Pennie, Greenstreet Berman Ltd
Twitter as part of operational practice and passenger experience on the railwaysDavid Golightly, University of Nottingham
Investigating Strategies in Rail Signalling: Comparison of Simulation MethodsNora Balfe, Trinity College Dublin
Safety First! Cultural Differences in the Use of Track Warning Systems Ellice Hahne, The University of Nottingham
Rail Control and Automation Technology: Transitions within the European Rail Traffic Management SystemArzoo Naghiyev, University of Nottingham & Network Rail
Human Factors in Rail discussionTBC

Date & place

19 - 21 April 2016
Staverton Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire

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Join delegates from:

Airbus
BP
NATS
Institute of Occupational Medicine
Thales
Royal Air Force
Health and Safety Executive
QinetiQ
Office of Rail and Road
DSTL
Rail Safety and Standards Board
Greenstreet Berman
The Keil Centre
DCA Design
and many more