To improve the performance and wellbeing of individuals you need to understand both their interactions with equipment, and their role in the wider system and organisation, allowing you to identify the barriers and enablers to success.
We take a systems approach to human factors, applying our knowledge of physical ergonomics, cognitive psychology, human behaviour and engineering to evaluate systems, individuals, teams, equipment and organisations. By providing a wide range skills from across the diverse sectors in which we work, we can use our human factors expertise to build strong relationships that meet our clients’ needs.
Our approach prioritises the human element, to complement the wider technical approach or system. We identify and mitigate a range of human related issues – helping you to avoid costly rework or redesign, supporting behavioural change, and improving human-system interactions.
We can help you with:
- Human factors integration planning
- Safety case support
- Design support
- Human reliability assessments
- Human factors substantiation
- Human-machine interfaces (HMI) and human-computer interfaces (HCI)
- Ergonomics assessments
- User experience (UX)
- User research
- Autonomous systems