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ASTM International - ASTM F1337-10(2015)

Standard Practice for Human Systems Integration Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 May 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 23
ICS Code (Ergonomics): 13.180
ICS Code (General standards related to shipbuilding and marine structures): 47.020.01
significance And Use:

6.1 Intended Use-Compliance with this practice provides the procuring organization with assurance that human users will be efficient, effective, and safe in the operation and maintenance of marine... View More

scope:

1.1 Objectives-This practice establishes and defines the processes and associated requirements for incorporating Human Systems Integration (HSI) into all phases of government and commercial ship, offshore structure, and marine system and equipment (hereafter referred to as marine system) acquisition life cycle. HSI must be integrated fully with the engineering processes applied to the design, acquisition, and operations of marine systems. This application includes the following:

1.1.1 Ships and offshore structures.

1.1.2 Marine systems, machinery, and equipment developed to be deployed on a ship or offshore structure where their design, once integrated into the ship or offshore structure, will potentially impact human performance, safety and health hazards, survivability, morale, quality of life, and fitness for duty.

1.1.3 Integration of marine systems and equipment into ships and offshore structures including arrangements, facility layout, installations, communications, and data links.

1.1.4 Modernization and retrofitting ships and offshore structures.

1.2 Target Audience-The intended audience for this document consists of individuals with HSI training and experience representing the procuring activity, contractor or vendor personnel with HSI experience, and engineers and management personnel familiar with HSI methods, processes, and objectives. See 5.2.3 for guidance on qualifications of HSI specialists.

1.3 Contents-This document is divided into the following sections and subsections.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section
and
Subsection
Title
1 Scope
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Target Audience
1.3 Contents
2 Human Systems Integration
2.1 Definition of Human Systems Integration
2.2 HSI Integration Process
2.3 HSI Program Requirements
3 Referenced Documents
3.1 Introduction
3.2 ASTM Standards
3.3 Commercial Standards and Documents
3.4 Government Standards and Documents
4 Terminology
4.1.1 Arrangement Drawing
4.1.2 Contractor
4.1.3 Critical Activity
4.1.4 Cultural Expectation
4.1.5 Function
4.1.6 Human Systems Integration
4.1.7 High Drivers
4.1.8 Human Error
4.1.9 Manning
4.1.10 Manpower
4.1.11 Marine System
4.1.12 Mission
4.1.13 Offshore Structure or Facility
4.1.14 Operational Requirements
4.1.15 Panel Layout Drawings
4.1.16 Procuring Organization
4.1.17 System
4.1.18 Task
4.1.19 User Interface
4.1.20 Vendor
5 Summary of Practice
5.1 HSI Design Objectives
5.2 Key Success Factors
5.3 HSI Plan
5.4 HSI Integrated Product Team
5.6 Quality Assurance
5.7 Nonduplication
5.8 Cognizance and Coordination
6 Significance of Use
6.1 Intended Use
6.2 Scope and Nature of Work
6.3 Government Formalized, Full Scale Acquisition
6.4 Commercial Acquisition Process
6.5 Non-Developmental Item Acquisition
6.6 Modernization
7 HSI Activities
7.1 Overview
7.2 HSI Lessons Learned
7.3 Early Marine Systems Analyses
7.4 Front End Analysis
7.5 HSI Risk Analysis
7.6 Manpower Analyses
7.7 Personnel Analyses
7.8 Training Analyses
7.9 Workload Analysis
7.10 HSI Input to Procurement Documents and Specifications
7.11 SOH Hazards Analyses
7.12 Personnel Survivability Analyses
7.13 Habitability Analysis
7.14 Health Service Analysis
7.15 Modeling and Simulation
7.16 User Interface (UI) Design
7.17 Usability Evaluations and UI Concept Exploration
7.18 Valve Criticality Analysis
7.19 Link Analysis
7.20 Design Reviews
7.21 Drawings and CAD Model Reviews
7.22 Inspections
7.23 Developmental Test and Evaluation
7.24 Operational Test and Evaluation
8 Documentation
8.1 Data Requirements
8.2 Traceability
8.3 Access to Data
9 Keywords
Figure
Number
Figure Title
Fig. 1 Process for Determining the Need for an HSI Program
Fig. 2 Sample Outline of a Typical HSIP
Fig. 3 Government HSI Systems Engineering Process and the System Acquisition Life Cycle
Fig. 4 Phases of the Commercial Ship Acquisition Process
Table
Number
Table Title
Table 1 Description of Government-Oriented HSI Domains
Table 2 Key Interactions among HSI Domains
Table 3 Minimum Qualifications for HSI Specialists
Table 4 Typical HSI Questions for NDI Acquisitions
Table 5 HSI Activities by Government Acquisition Phase
Table 6 HSI Activities by Commercial Industry Acquisition Phase
Table 7 Function Allocation Considerations
Table 8 Typical Task Analysis Information
Table 9 Example HSI Risk Probability Ratings
Table 10 Example HSI Risk Severity Ratings
Table 11 Example Human System Integration Risk Index

Document History

ASTM F1337-10(2015)
May 1, 2015
Standard Practice for Human Systems Integration Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities
1.1 Objectives—This practice establishes and defines the processes and associated requirements for incorporating Human Systems Integration (HSI) into all phases of government and commercial ship,...
March 1, 2010
Standard Practice for Human Engineering Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities
Intended Use—Compliance with this practice provides the procuring organization with assurance that human users will be efficient, effective, and safe in the operation and maintenance of marine...
December 1, 2006
Standard Practice for Human Engineering Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities
1.1 This practice establishes and defines the requirements for applying human engineering to the development and acquisition of ships and marine systems, equipment, and facilities. These requirements...
April 15, 1991
Standard Practice for Human Engineering Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities
1.1 This practice establishes and defines the requirements for applying human engineering to the development and acquisition of ships and marine systems, equipment, and facilities. These requirements...
April 15, 1991
Standard Practice for Human Engineering Program Requirements for Ships and Marine Systems, Equipment, and Facilities
1.1 This practice establishes and defines the requirements for applying human engineering to the development and acquisition of ships and marine systems, equipment, and facilities. These requirements...
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