Bush is a co-founder of Paradigm Human Performance Ltd. whose primary mission is to “assist companies in eliminating unwanted outcomes related to human error” through the implementation of human and organizational performance (HOP), also known as human performance improvement (HPI). Bush has a BS in corporate training, an MS in industrial safety, is a registered radiation protection technologist, and is certified as a human performance technologist with the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI).
Bush works as an adjunct professor at the University of Idaho, facilitating graduate-level courses in behavior-based safety, human performance fundamentals and human error Investigation. He has been involved in developing and overseeing a University of Idaho 15 credit Human Performance Graduate Certificate program as well, while spending more than 15 years in the field of radiological control at numerous commercial nuclear power plants and the Department of Energy, experiencing all aspects of human error.
In his presentation, Bush aims to address the latest in tools and applied knowledge at both the organization and individual contributor level related to the successes that High Reliability Organizations (HRO) are having with this approach.
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