Team Resource Management was developed for healthcare professionals and rescue teams and is adapted from courses provided in high-risk environments for many years. Based on several modules the 2-3 day training program provides attendants with a possibility to improve their team performance through acknowledgement of Human Factors as contributors to effective teamwork, task performance, workspace arrangements and interaction with equipment. Enhanced understanding and acceptance of human behaviour and attitudes of team members, how to improve interpersonal interactions and improvement of effective communication can be gained, all resulting in a safer and more efficient work environment. Awareness of Human Limitations in Information Processing and Performance contributing to development of errors in medicine and their management will be included in the modules. Attendants will assess and identify risks within their work domain and corrective measures will be explored and analysed in combination with instruction and facilitation. By discussing topics relevant to the module the participant will be able to participate with own experiences, ideas and insights. At the same time, knowledge and understanding of the content of the classes as well as active cognitive reproducing of the things heard will support individual healthcare and rescue professionals and subsequently their colleagues in creating a safer work environment. For any interest in this topic I would recommend the movie "Just a routine operation" which is commonly used to explain why Human Factors should be introduced to medicine in order to saVe lives.