Study sheds light on why and how op risk errors happen

The ways of our errors

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Human errors have always been a major concern for industries from several different sectors – chemical, nuclear power, mining, oil and aviation to name a few. Several studies suggest the human factor was the main contributor in 70–90% of all incidents that have occurred in these industries along the years and, given the potential catastrophic proportions of an accident taking place in such companies, it is easy to understand why

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