We have made great strides in the last few decades with technology, which has been applied towards safety within every industry. The majority of errors that still occur have everything to do with how each individual reacts within the system.
If we are to make further progress in safety, the largest change will only be reached by a greater understanding of ourselves.
It is all about tracking ourselves and how we interact within the system; events and training
Considered an older standard that was surpassed with the introduction of SCORM. Computer based training that tracks has its roots in aviation.
It was back in 1986 that aircraft manufacturers got together and pulled their resources together into building a standard.
Is an acronym for Shareable Content Object Reference Model. The US Government was also interested in verifying that an employee had viewed the training material.
It was developed by ADL (Advanced Distributed Learning committee). It is now shared on a wide global scale throughout universities, industry and government.
Also known as "Experience API" or "Tin can". It is still being tested and developed to be the next step in the evolution of tracking software beyond SCORM.