"The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), part of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), develops and implements national programs and regulations to protect the public with respect to devices and radiological health. These programs are intended to assure the safety, effectiveness, and proper labeling of medical and radiation-emitting devices."
"Analysis report describes the results of analyzes of critical tasks performed to provide a basis for evaluation of the design of the system, equipment, or facility, verifying that human engineering technical risks have been minimized and solutions are in hand."
"The Human Engineering Design Approach Document - Maintainer (HEDAD-M) provides a source of data to evaluate the extent to which equipment having an interface with maintainers meets human performance requirements and human engineering criteria. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation instructions for the HEDAD-M resulting from the work tasks delineated in 5.1 and 5.2 of MIL-HDBK-46855."
"The Human Engineering Design Approach Document - Operator (HEDAD-O) provides a source of data to evaluate the extent to which equipment having an interface with operators meets human performance requirements and human engineering criteria. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation instructions for the HEDAD-O related to the work tasks delineated in 5.1 and 5.2 of MIL-HDBK-46855."
"This standard covers operator-machine interface issues associated with computer workstations used regularly in offices (i.e., intentionally built indoor office workplaces) for text-, data-, and simple graphics-processing tasks. This standard applies to computer workstations for a wide range of users; in general the physical dimensions and force requirements are designed to accommodate at least 90 percent of the North American population."
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"The Human Factors Simulation Concept describes the contractors intended use of mockups and simulators in support of human factors analysis, design support, and test and evaluation. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation instructions for the Human Factors Simulation Concept resulting from applicable tasks delineated in FAA HF-STD-004. This document may be used by the procuring activity to assist and assess simulation approaches when there is a need to resolve potential human performance problems, particularly where government facilities, models, data or participants are required. "
"This document provides specific user information to ensure proper integration of the man-system interface requirements with those of other aerospace disciplines. These man-system interface requirements apply to launch, entry, on-orbit, and extraterrestrial space environments. This document is intended for use by design engineers, systems engineers, maintainability engineers, operations analysts, human factors specialists, and others engaged in the definition and development of manned space programs. Concise design considerations, design requirements and design examples are provided. Requirements specified herein are applicable to all U.S. manned-space flight programs. This document replaces earlier NASA field center human engineering standards documents (e.g., MSFC-STD-512A, Man/System Requirements for Weightless Environments; JSC-07387B, Crew Station Specifications). This document also incorporates human engineering standards and guidelines from many other NASA, military, and commercial human engineering standards applicable to the space environments described above."