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NPFC - MIL-STD-1472

HUMAN ENGINEERING

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 31 October 1996
Status: inactive
Page Count: 209
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This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities.

The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering design criteria, principles, and practices to achieve mission success through integration of the human into the system, subsystem, equipment, and facility, and achieve effectiveness, simplicity, efficiency, reliability, and safety of system operation, training, and maintenance.

This standard shall be applied to the design of all systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. Nothing in this standard shall be construed as limiting the selection of hardware, materials, or processes to the specific items described herein. Unless otherwise stated in specific provisions, this standard applies to design of systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities for use by both men and women. This standard is not intended to be a criterion for limiting use of materiel already in the field in areas such as lift repetition or temperature exposure time. Where the procuring activity establishes use by male personnel exclusively, the paragraphs listed in Table I are changed as noted therein.

If it is known that an item is to be used by an already established military occupational specialty, for which physical qualification requirements for entry into that specialty are also established, any discrepancy between the force criteria of this standard and the physical qualification requirements shall be resolved in favor of the latter. In this event, the least stringent physical qualification requirement of all specialties which may operate, maintain, transport, supply, move, lift or otherwise manipulate the item in the manner being considered, shall be used as a maximum design force limit. If such physical qualification requirements for entry into a specialty do not cover the task covered herein, the criteria herein shall govern.

When manufacturing tolerances are not perceptible to the user, this standard shall not be construed as preventing the use of components whose dimensions are within a normal manufacturing upper or lower limit tolerance of the dimensions specified herein.

intended Use:

This standard is intended for use as design criteria for military systems, equipment, and facilities, cited contractually in system specifications and elsewhere, and for use as a basis for... View More

Document History

January 17, 2019
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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January 11, 2012
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment, and facilities. Purpose. The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering...
December 5, 2003
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard is intended for use as design criteria for military systems, equipment, and facilities, cited contractually in system specifications and elsewhere, and for use as a basis for...
August 23, 1999
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard is intended for use as design criteria for military systems, equipment, and facilities, cited contractually in system specifications and elsewhere, and for use as a basis for...
March 31, 1998
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard is intended for use as design criteria for military systems, equipment, and facilities, cited contractually in system specifications and elsewhere, and for use as a basis for...
MIL-STD-1472
October 31, 1996
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering design...
February 10, 1994
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering design...
June 30, 1992
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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March 20, 1991
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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March 14, 1989
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. Purpose. The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering...
March 17, 1987
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. PURPOSE - The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering...
May 10, 1984
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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September 1, 1983
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May 2, 1981
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. PURPOSE - The purpose of this standard is to present human engineering...
May 10, 1978
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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May 10, 1976
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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December 31, 1974
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering criteria for development of military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to present human...
May 15, 1970
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering criteria for development of military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities.
March 20, 1968
HUMAN ENGINEERING
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February 9, 1968
HUMAN ENGINEERING
This standard establishes general human engineering criteria for development of Military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilitiess. PURPOSE The purpose of this standard is to present human...

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