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Design, Human Factors and Safety Thomas B. Sheridan, ScD Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The usual steps of system design
What is human engineering
The Procrustean bed: forcing the human to fit the technology Procrustean bed
Display control compatability
Design of scales
Combining two related variables into one integrated display Integrated display
Ecological display in process control Ecological display
Concurrence of Exits, Handoffs, Counting Activities with Procedure Benchmarks 12:00:00 PM2:24:00 PM4:48:00 PM7:12:00 PM Exits Handoffs Counts Intubation IncisionFascial Closure Porta Hepatis Dissection Liver Resection Temporal Analysis of Nurse Tasks (in Surgical Procedure) Temporal analysis of certain nurse activities
Contributing and compensatory
Predictor display (for train) Predictor display for train
Levels of Automation Levels of automation
Telepresence (e.g, in materials handling) telepresence
Reasons model of an accident: penetration of multiple barriers
Causes of error
Shift work: fitness for duty Circadian cycle
Metaphor of Organizational Resilience to unpredictable incidents and anomolous events Resilience metaphor
Experiences at JHS and the Ryder Trauma Center Joseph Sharit University of Miami Department of Industrial Engineering.
Activity Diagrams Adapted from: Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 2nd Edition by John W. Satzinger, Robert Jackson and Stephen Burd published.
Research Project #6 Develop Better Data on Accident Precursors or Leading Indicators.
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