Human Factors in Your Maintenance Organization

Human Factor is a technical discipline aimed at optimizing human performance within a system by contributing to the planning, design,
and evaluation of tasks, jobs, products, organizations, environments
and systems in order to make them compatible with the knowledge,
skills, abilities, and limitations of people.

Concerned with mental processes, such as vision, hearing, memory, reasoning, decision-making, and motor (muscle) response.

1- Mental workload
2- Decision making
3- Human reliability (skilled performance and errors)
4- Training
5- Human-Computer interaction
6- Work stress

Concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological and biomechanical characteristics as they relate to physical activity.

1- Materials handling
2- Repetitive movements
3- Workplace layout
4- Safety and health
5- Physical environments

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Table of Contents

What is Human Factors?
Why is Human Factors Important?
Regulatory Requirements for Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
HF Considerations in Production Planning & Control
Maintenance Human Factors Support

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