Human Performance on the Breakfast Menu in Aberdeen

By Check-6

A group of manufacturing and service companies gathered in Aberdeen Scotland to learn more about how Check-6 works with its clients to meet their business challenges by addressing shortfalls in human performance.

Kevin Magee, Check-6 Director, Manufacturing Segment was joined by Jason Penn, Check-6 European Business Development Director. Together they ran a ‘Breakfast Briefing’, organised by the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC).

This is the first in a series of such briefings by Check-6 across the UK and gave those attending the opportunity to consider a human factors-based approach to improving teamwork, communication, identify cultural values and ensure continuity of process across different languages, regions and cultures.


Through our Check-6 Performance Excellence programmes we deliver increased capability within business to reduce human error, improve decision making, collaboration and communication and address key human factors such as, fatigue, stress, distraction and well-being.