ATLANTA — The seventh annual NERC and North American Transmission Forum (NATF) Human Performance Conference – "Improving Human Performance on the Grid" – focuses on improving operations through processes and procedures that highlight accuracy, completeness and efficiency. The conference, which began today, provides the opportunity for industry to come together and learn how to achieve a culture of high reliability on the bulk power system.
James Merlo, vice president and director of Reliability Risk Management at NERC, welcomed conference participants, highlighting the importance of industry collaboration and sharing.
"Participants will hopefully learn a common language here that will allow us to better diagnose and prevent error," said Merlo. "We when collaborate, taking advantage of the expertise here, and begin to see things at the strategic, tactical and operational level, we move our performance to the next level."
Announcement | 2018 Human Performance Conference Presentations
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