Improvement Of Human Factors In Control Centre Design

Improvement Of Human Factors In Control Centre Design

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This paper presents the present status; summarizing experiences made when applying ISO 11064 in Norwegian petroleum projects and suggest areas of improvements. The purpose of the study has been to assess and improve the standard’s usefulness for the purpose of reducing the risks introduced by bad design, and to create new guidelines where such are found necessary. Results indicate that ISO 11064 contributes positively to structuring and legitimating the HF work. The interdisciplinary approach has proved to be an effective HF risk management tool. Applying the standard gives safer operations; this will reduce risk and allow for increased operative efficiency. However, the study also indicates possibilities of improvement of ISO 11064 in areas such as scope of the standard, organizational issues, work procedures, competence in design and operations, exception handling in a virtual organization, communication to the engineering team and documentation of design results. Thus, additional guidelines and techniques are necessary when designing and managing HF in modern CC. Several improvements to ISO 11064 are suggested. In particular, a goal-based approach can ensure the standard’s future applicability, while accommodating technological changes.
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