T7 Human Impacts
This session will discuss the impacts of human performance and why it is important—because humans can have the greatest impact on engineered systems. The emphasis on the impact of human performance has waned since the Three Mile Island accident; however, the recent events at Fukushima Dai-ichi indicate that human performance still has a significant effect on the outcome of events. This session will explore the multiple facets of human performance and how human performance affects outcomes.
- Undine Shoop, Branch Chief, Division of Risk Assessment, NRR/NRC
Introductory RemarksUndine Shoop, Branch Chief, Division of Risk Assessment, NRR/NRC
- Julie Marble, Program Officer, Hybrid Human Autonomous Systems, Human & Bioengineered Systems Division, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy
- Jeffrey Dressel, Human Solutions Inc.
- Molly Follette Story, Human Factors and Accessible Medical Technology Specialist, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Office of Device Evaluation, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Michelle Yeh, Scientific and Technical Advisor, Human Factors, Federal Aviation Administration
- Kamishan Martin, Human Factors Engineer, Division of Risk Assessment, NRR/NRC tel: 301-415-3469, e-mail: Kamishan.Martin@nrc.gov