Training Available: Learn to Perform Human Factors Analyses
May 04, 2021
The Human Factors Task Force is hosting a virtual NASA Human Factors Analysis and Classifications System (NASAHFACS) training and certification course, available to NASA personnel interested in learning about the impact of Human Factors across the agency. The three-day certification course will be July 27-29, 2021, via Microsoft Teams.
Human Factors Program: Year in Review
November 12, 2020
As the new calendar year approaches, the Human Factors Task Force (HFTF) started reflecting on its many achievements over the past 12 months. The team gained new members, offered and developed more training, and integrated Human Factors into the agency mishap reporting system.
Ring in the New Year with NASAHFACS Training
November 09, 2020
The Human Factors Task Force is hosting a virtual NASA Human Factors Analysis and Classifications System (NASAHFACS) training and certification course, available to NASA personnel interested in learning about the impact of Human Factors across the agency. The three-day certification course will be Jan. 19-21, 2021, via Microsoft Teams.
Human Factors Task Force Recognized for Improving Processes
April 01, 2020
The NASA Human Factors Task Force received the 2019 Agency Honor Awards Group Achievement Award for its outstanding leadership in improving the use of Human Factors processes and techniques to ensure the agency continues to carry out its mission safely.
Human Factors at NASA
February 11, 2019
The Office of Safety and Mission Assurance-sponsored Human Factors Task Force (HFTF) advocates training, promotion and outreach of Human Factors across the agency. Over the last three years, the HFTF developed numerous tools within the Human Factors Program. The HFTF members promote addressing Human Factors preventatively to improve organizational performance, as well as retrospectively by identifying the role of Human Factors in mishap investigations.
Learn More: Human Factors in Mishap Investigation
December 12, 2017
When a mishap or close call occurs, there’s always a human component to consider. It’s not about blame, but rather understanding the circumstances around the incident and how they can be avoided in the future to prevent recurrence.
Mishap Program Working Group Looks to Human Factors for New Techniques
November 13, 2014
NASA’s Mishap Program Working Group focused on Human Factors Analysis and Classification System training during its annual meeting, held Aug. 5-8 at Johnson Space Center.
Tracy Dillinger Represents NASA and Supports Human Factors at AsMA
June 26, 2014
Dr. Tracy Dillinger represented NASA on the Year in Review panel at the annual Aerospace Medical Association technology and science meeting this May. She has also been selected as the Human Factors representative for the organization.