"The Flight Deck Human Factors laboratory conducts a broad-based program of applied human factors research on causal factors associated with aviation accidents and issues involving the design, operation, and maintenance of flight deck equipment in the NAS. Research includes assessing the impact of advanced technologies, measurement of flight performance and risk, evaluating pilot/controller information transfer, determining the effects of stressors on human performance, identifying human factors involved in accidents and incidents, and quantifying the effects of advanced displays, procedures, and tasks design on pilot performance."
"The NAS (National Airspace System) Human Factors Safety Research laboratory conducts a broad, integrated program of research on the relationship of factors concerning individuals, work groups, and organizations as employees perform their jobs. Research is focused on improved person-job fit through selection, training, and changes to technology."
"The Vehicle Safety (NVS) program serves as the foundation that supports the Agency's goal to reduce motor vehicle injuries and fatalities. Through extensive research, development, testing, crash investigation, and data collection and analysis activities, NVS provides the scientific strength needed to support the Agency's motor vehicle and traffic safety goals."