Human Factors in the Design and Evaluation of Central Control Room Operations
Neville A. Stanton, Paul Salmon, Daniel Jenkins and Guy H. WalkerEditorial: CRC Press Fecha de publicación: 23/11/2009 Páginas: 446
Formato: Hardback 235 x 156 mm
An invaluable resource, this book discusses the human factors that effect control operations and their implications for staff. It covers competencies for control room work, training and training needs analysis, development and maintenance of procedures, communication processes within and outside the control room, manning of the control room, automation and allocation of function, supervision of staff, and shift patterns. The author also examines control room layout. SCADA assessment, alarms, environment, human error potential, and safety culture are each assessed against contemporary human factors and ergonomics guidelines.
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