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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit

7.4.2022

We are continuing the series of interviews to evaluate the SAFEMODE Human Assurance toolkit. Kongsberg assessed two techniques that can be used during the design process of new tools and systems: 

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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit

6.4.2022

@Stylianos Mavrelos met with @DeepBlue and gave feedback about the usability and applicability of the SAFEMODE Human Assurance toolkit. Specifically feedback was given about HAZOP, an error identification and analysis technique, and Safety Culture, which focuses on organisational and systemic analysis. 

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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit

5.4.2022

RSSB joined the sequence of interviews to assess the SAFEMODE Human Assurance toolkit. Additional to overall feedback about the usability of the toolkit, RSSB also commented on the presentation and clarity of the factsheets Prototyping and Real-Time Simulations HP measures and CREAM (Cognitive Reliability and Error Analysis Method).

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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit

4.4.2022

Another meeting was held to evaluate the SAFEMODE Human Assurance toolkit. FastCat assessed the factsheets on Operational Sequence Diagram, which is a task and human activity analysis technique, and SOAM, which is an organisational and systemic analysis technique.

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SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit

1.4.2022

EMBRAER provided feedback on the applicability, clarity of description and usability of the SAFEMODE toolkit. Under focus were the techniques Focus Group, which can be used to identify user needs/requirements, and Hierarchical Task Analysis, which serves as a blueprint to specify the activity required to complete a job. 

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