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5 najczęstszych błędnych przekonań na temat czynników ludzkich

Human factors involve more than just human errors and personal limitations, including organizational and cultural elements. Technical skills are crucial, but non-technical skills like decision-making and communication are equally important for safety. Misconceptions include thinking human factors only address human errors and that focusing on technical skills alone is sufficient for safety. Understanding human factors involves looking beyond individual behavior to team dynamics and environmental factors.

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