Human Factors

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AESQ Supplier Forum - AS13100 Overview (Human Factor)

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Can you talk about how Human Factors should be considered during Product Design?

Please refer to RM13010 located on the Supplemental Materials page of the AESQ website for free download. https://aesq.sae-itc.com/content/aesq-documents

Is there any good practice to ensure that the organisation does not use "human factors" as an excuse during the problem solving methodologies (i.e. 8D)?

Please refer to RM13010 available for free download on the Supplementary Materials page of the AESQ website. https://aesq.sae-itc.com/content/aesq-documents

We are used to defend to do not end a RCA with an "Human Error". Can we consider that Humans Factors should be considered always as Contributing Factors (Not a Root Cause)?

Please refer to RM13000 and RM13010 available for free download on the Supplementary Materials page of the AESQ website. https://aesq.sae-itc.com/content/aesq-documents

RM13010 Human Factors has to be required to manufacturers of new parts more than MRO suppliers, or not?

Both - RM13010 Human Factors is required for manufacturers of new parts and MRO suppliers.

When will the MSA and Human Factors Reference Manuals be available ?

All 13 AESQ Reference Manuals are available on the AESQ Website for free download at this link: https://aesq.sae-itc.com/content/aesq-documents

Has the team taken into account the HF paper issued by the IAQG?

Yes, this was reviewed by the team responsible for RM13010.

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