Safety critical systems are found in almost every sector of industry faults in these systems will result in a breach of safe operating conditions and exposure to the possible risk of major loss of life or catastrophic damage to plant equipment or the environment an understanding of the basis for the functioning of these systems is therefore vital to all involved in their operation in . Abstract this paper discusses current and future prospects for the application of human factors techniques in the assessment and development of safety critical systems. Human factors in safety critical systems redmill felix rajan jane 9780750627153 books amazonca. According to a definition shared by the world health organization human factors refer to environmental organizational and job factors and human and individual characteristics which influence behavior at work in a way which can affect health and safety these factors can be further isolated to include several specific elements as follows
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