Assessing health and safety standards, and the effect of work environments on users.
Demonstrate an ability to identify problems through the collection, analysis and interpretation of data, though observing / interviewing individuals in particular environments, and to provide solutions.
Developing concept of operations and user interface technology requirements, user interface design, conducting human-in-the-loop assessments, and assessing operator performance.
Assess the user-interface or usability of products; conduct interviews or surveys of users or customers to collect information on topics such as requirements, needs, fatigue, ergonomics, or interfaces.
Prepare reports or presentations summarising results or conclusions of human factors engineering or ergonomics activities, such as investigation, testing, or verification/validation.
Integrate human factors requirements into operations hardware.
Conduct research to evaluate potential solutions related to changes in equipment design, procedures, manpower, personnel, or training.
Advocate for end users in collaboration with other professionals including engineers, designers, managers, or customers.
Design or evaluate human work systems, using human factors engineering and ergonomic principles to optimize usability, cost, quality, safety, or performance.
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