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HFACS with an additional level of granularity: validity and utility in accident analysis.
Introduction: This paper represents an attempt to evaluate the effectiveness of the Department of Defense's Human Factors Analysis and Classification (DOD-HFACS) system. DOD-HFACS delineates the human factors causes of ...
Addressing human error within the Irish healthcare system.
(Irish Medical Organisation, 2011-02)
Research shows that human error, as opposed to mechanical failure, is the major causal factor of industrial and transportation accidents. The same is true in healthcare. This paper briefly discusses five human error reduction ...
A methodology for identifying human error in U.S. Navy diving accidents,
Objective: To better understand how human error contributes to U.S. Navy diving accidents. Background: An analysis of 263 U.S. Navy diving accident and mishap reports revealed that the human factors classifications were ...
The U.S. Navy's aviation safety program: a critical review.
Safety research has shown that human error, as opposed to mechanical failure, is a major causal factor in accidents in high reliability organizations. In U.S. Naval aviation, human error accounts for more than 80% of ...