HOP (Human & Organizational Performance) and LPS+™


Human and Organizational Performance is a risk-based approach to understand how and why people make mistakes or errors and what you can do about them either as an organization or as an individual. Although it may be difficult for people to admit or accept, the first principle in Human and Organizational Performance is that people make mistakes, even your best employees. Studies show that at least 80-90% of incidents have human performance related causes.


However, this does not mean that nothing can be done to address errors and mistakes in the workplace.

The objective of Human and Organizational Performance is to reduce the likelihood and impact of human error where it matters most by establishing conditions in the organization that promotes learning, trust, collaboration, and success. This is the purpose and objective of the Loss Prevention System+TM

Special proposition
for our clients

The Loss Prevention System+TM is a comprehensive management system designed to prevent or reduce losses using Human and Organizational Performance (HOP) principles, behavior-based tools and proven management techniques. LPS+TM empowers people within organizations and capitalizes on the knowledge, skills, and expertise of employees, supervisors, and managers to collaboratively work together to improve overall business performance. LPS+TM also creates and promotes an effective leadership development and coaching environment that fosters effective working relationships, buy-in, trust, communication skills, etc., that positively impact all aspects of your business.

Worldwide Recognition

In a Variety of Industries

Our clients have used LPS™ in more than 100+ countries around the world with measured, world-class, sustainable success. Whether our clients are Fortune 100 companies or smaller privately-owned businesses, they have benefited from LPS+TM integrated management system approach to address and prevent all types of losses related to: personal safety, process safety, reliability, occupational illnesses, operational inefficiencies, equipment and property damage, technical and engineering support and design, energy trading, motor vehicle accidents, regulatory assessments, and product quality incidents, to name a few.