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DEFSTAN 00-250(PT0)/1(2008) : 2008

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HUMAN FACTORS FOR DESIGNERS OF SYSTEMS - PART 0: HUMAN FACTORS INTEGRATION

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

05-02-2016

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2008

1. Contents
2. Foreword
3. Introduction
    3.1 Organisation and Contents of the Standard
    3.2 Def Stan 00-250 - Development Background
    3.3 Maximising the Benefits from Def Stan 00-250
    3.4 Applying 'Best Practice'
4. Def Stan 00-250 Part 0 - Scope
5. Warning
6. Definitions
7. Abbreviations
8. References
9. Human Factors and Human Factors Integration
    9.1 Human Factors
    9.2 Human Factors Integration
10. HF/HFI in Defence Capability Acquisition
    10.1 Through Life Systems Approach
    10.2 Systems of Systems Approach
         10.2.1 Work Systems
    10.3 Defence Lines of Development
    10.4 The MoD Architectural Framework (MODAF)
         10.4.1 MODAF - Human Views
    10.5 The HFI Domains
11. The HFI Process
    11.1 HFI Process Objectives
    11.2 HFI Process Goals
12. HFI Activity Planning
    12.1 Risk-Based Planning
    12.2 Human Factors Integration Plan Content
13. Early Human Factors Activities
    13.1 Early Human Factors Analysis
    13.2 Establishing the Context of Use
         13.2.1 Objectives and Scope
         13.2.2 Information Source
         13.2.3 Analysis Techniques
         13.2.4 Process Outputs
         13.2.5 Use of Modelling
         13.2.6 The Need for Ongoing Activities
    13.3 Establish User Population Characteristics
         13.3.1 Information Source
         13.3.2 Training Considerations
         13.3.3 Design Innovation
    13.4 User Involvement
14. People-Related Requirements
    14.1 Introduction
    14.2 People - The Ultimate Off-The-Shelf Component
    14.3 People and Equipment Component Differences
    14.4 People-Related Requirements Set Types
    14.5 People-Related Requirements in Def Stan 00-250
         Part 1 and Part 2
    14.6 People-Related Issues Management
    14.7 Demonstrating Compliance With People-Related
         Requirements
         14.7.1 Cost-Effective Acceptance
         14.7.2 Solution Acceptance Issues
         14.7.3 Evidence for Acceptance
                14.7.3.1 Quality of evidence
                14.7.3.2 Who provides the evidence
                14.7.3.3 Staged provision of evidence
         14.7.4 Managing Traceability
15. Work System Design and Realisation
    15.1 Allocation of Functions, Roles and Tasks
    15.2 System Requirements
    15.3 Work Equipment
    15.4 Work Environments
APPENDIX A - Definition
APPENDIX B - Abbreviations
APPENDIX C - References
APPENDIX D - Def Stan 00-25 to Def Stan: 00-250
             Correlation Table

Describes an introduction and overview of Human Factors Integration in the MoD acquisition processes and Defences capability development.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
106
PublisherName
UK Ministry of Defence Standards
Status
Superseded
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