A NEW independent research report has presented industry with a practical way to measure the human factors 'health' of their safety regimes, potentially opening the way to significant advances in workplace safety, environmental stewardship and operational efficiency.
What does HFAC stand for?
HFAC stands for Human Factors (Defense Standardization Program Federal Supply Class/Area)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 31 other meanings of HFAC in our Acronym Attic
- Hepatic-Type Fatty-Acid-Binding Protein
- Healthy Food Access Basket Survey (Australia)
- Hamilton Friendship Association with Cuba (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
- Hanscom Field Advisory Commission
- Harris Fine Arts Center (Brigham Young University)
- Harvard Financial Analysts Club
- Hexafluoroacetylacetonate (chemistry)
- High Frequency Alternating Current (TIG welding)
- House Foreign Affairs Committee
- Houston Family Arts Center (Houston, TX)
- Human Factors and Applied Cognition
- Human Factors Association of Canada
- Humane Farm Animal Care (Herndon, VA)
- Humboldt Fish Action Council
- Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (Department of Defense)
- Holy Family Adult Day Centers (Spokane, WA)
- Hawaii Foundation for American Freedoms
- Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons (est. 1913; London, England, UK)
- Human Fas-Associated Factor 1 (protein)
- Human Foetal Adrenal Gland
Samples in periodicals archive:
9780754677598 Digitising command and control; a human factors and ergonomics analysis of mission planning and battlespace management.
The RIAC stated that one of the main aims of its human factors working group was to highlight and promote the consistent use of human factors good practice across the industry.
Problems in the organization that result in inadequate training or guidance; adverse mental states in aircrew members; communication failures; and decision-making errors are just a few examples of human factors that can lead to an accident.
The design of a comfortable chair for the elderly has fascinated designers and human factors research specialists for many years.