Using HFI PRA to assess compliance with the HFI Instructions in the AMS

This page shows the process assessments proposed to comply with the intent of the HFI Instructions in the AMS.

The AMS has 3 high-level instructions relating to HFI. These are:

A full set of the instructions in the AMS that relate to HFI is included here.

In the event that it is necessary to assess the extent to which a project or organisation complies with these instructions, then a Capability Evaluation of project processes necessary for HFI to meet these instructions will be undertaken.

To meet the intent of the Instructions, it is necessary to perform most of the processes in the HSL model. The remaining processes are highly desirable from the point of view of competitive advantage.

The processes identified in the 'Initial' column are proposed as being the most diagnostic; a quick assessment will give a good indication of the level of compliance.

The processes identified in the 'Mandatory' column is the minimum set needed to achieve compliance.

No.

Title

Initial

Mandatory

Required

HSL.1

Lifecycle involvement

 

HSL.1.1

Human-system issues in conception

 

Deliverables here in accordance with deliverables required for TLMP, Procurement Strategy, HFIP.

Coverage of whole life is mandatory in so far as TLMP covers whole life. HFIP must address address whole life.

For the purposes of brevity in compliance assessment, it is proposed that HS.1 processes are not included in Initial, that processes deemed high risk on a project-specific basis are included in Mandatory, and that all processes are included in a Required set of processes.

HSL.1.2

Human-system issues in development

HSL.1.3

Human-system issues in production and utilization

HSL.1.4

Human-system issues in utilization and support

HSL.1.5

Human-system issues in disposal

HSL.2

Integrate Human Factors

     

HSL.2.1

Human-system issues in business strategy

     

HSL.2.2

Human-system issues in quality management

     

HSL.2.3

Human-system issues in authorisation and control

Yes

Yes

Yes

HSL.2.4

Management of Human-system issues

Yes

Yes

Yes

HSL.2.5

HF data in trade-off and risk mitigation

Yes

Yes

Yes

HSL.2.6

User involvement

Yes

Yes

Yes

HSL.2.7

Usability engineering integration

 

Yes

Yes

HSL2.8

Develop and re-use HF data

   

Yes

HSL.3

Usability engineering

     

HSL.3.1

Context of use

Yes

Yes

Yes

HSL.3.2

User requirements

 

Yes

Yes

HSL.3.3

Produce design solutions

   

Yes

HSL.3.4

Human Factors evaluation

   

Yes

HSL4

Human Resources

     

HSL4.1

Human Resources strategy

 

Yes

Yes

HSL4.2

Define standard competencies and identify gaps

 

Yes

Yes

HSL4.3

Design staffing solution and delivery plan

     

HSL4.4

Evaluate product system solutions and obtain feedback