Viji Vijayan awarded a price for her MSc thesis
Our former MSc student Viji Vijayan has been awarded the Swedish Process Safety Association price for best MSc thesis within the field of process safety. We are so proud of her achievements and happy to see the acknowledgement she gets for her hard work. Viji's thesis: Exploring goal conflicts and how they are managed in a biomedical laboratory [...]
First learning lab of 2018
On January 22-26 we held our first learning laboratory of 2018. It was a truly inspiring week with participants coming in from various European countries, Canada, the US, Australia and Brazil. A total of 35 participants from a great number of high-risk industries were able to establish an environment in which we learned so much from each other's [...]
Learning lab in New York
Lund University and SafePassage are happy to announce a two-day learning laboratory in Tarrytown, NY, May 19-20 2017.
We have a YouTube channel
For the launch of two videos, recorded mainly for our teaching, we have opened a YouTube channel. The channel gathers our programme information videos, our student testimonials and also our most recent videos discussing notions of human error and traps to avoid in accident analysis. We hope that you will enjoy our videos and subscribe to the [...]
Our 2017 class of students has started its studies
With our January learning laboratory on critical thinking in safety our new MSc students have now started their two years of studies. With the only country represented twice in the class being Norway and with as many domains of work as students we continue to have the great pleasure of harnessing a great diversity of expertise and domain knowledge. [...]
The application for our MSc intake in 2017 is now closed
We have now stopped accepting application for our MSc programme intake of January 2017. During the spring of 2017 we will open the application for the course starting in January 2018.
Former student Gwendolyn Bakx awarded with a PhD
We are happy to announce that our former MSc student Gwendolyn Bakx was awarded with a PhD from the Technological University of Delft, the Netherlands, on June 23 2016. The thesis, called Safety in large-scale socio-technical systems: Insights gained from a series of systems studies, is available from the Technological University of Delft [...]
Have you had a look at our MSc theses?
A great way to see how our students in Human Factors and Systems Safety apply their knowledge is by having a look at their thesis work. In their MSc theses our students are able to combine their many years of professional experience from working in high-risk domains with their newly-gained insights into Human Factors/Safety Science and academic [...]
No seats left for our June learning lab featuring Sidney Dekker
Our yearly learning laboratory From Human Error to Second Victim is always popular for external participants as well as alumni students. This year is no exception. The learning lab, taking place on June 13-17, now has no seats left for applications. Submitted applications will be put on a list of reserves and offered a seat in the case of a late [...]
Johan Bergström interviewed
During Wednesday (25 March) and Thursday (26 March) Johan Bergström, director of the Lund University MSc. Programme in Human Factors and System Safety, made several appearances in media (radio, TV and paper) to discuss the recent Germanwings aviation tragedy.