About the Journal

Human Error and Safety (HES) Journal delves into the multifaceted realm where human behavior intersects with safety protocols across various industries. As a premier platform, HES Journal scrutinizes the intricate dynamics of human error, its implications, and strategies to mitigate associated risks, fostering a safer environment for individuals and organizations alike.

The journal encapsulates a diverse array of topics, ranging from cognitive psychology and human factors engineering to organizational behavior and risk management. By exploring the intricate interplay between human cognition, behavior, and the surrounding environment, HES Journal provides invaluable insights into the root causes of accidents, incidents, and near misses. Understanding these underlying factors is pivotal in designing robust safety systems and interventions that preemptively address potential hazards.

At HES Journal, our mission is not only to dissect the complexities of human error but also to champion proactive approaches to safety. Through empirical research, case studies, and theoretical frameworks, we aim to equip practitioners, researchers, and policymakers with the knowledge and tools necessary to foster a culture of safety excellence. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, HES Journal serves as a catalyst for innovation and continuous improvement in safety management across industries.