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Title 14 Part 460 → Subpart A → §460.15

Title 14 → Chapter III → Subchapter C → Part 460 → Subpart A → §460.15

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Title 14 Part 460 → Subpart A → §460.15

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Title 14Chapter IIISubchapter CPart 460Subpart A → §460.15


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 460—HUMAN SPACE FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS
Subpart A—Launch and Reentry with Crew


§460.15   Human factors.

An operator must take the precautions necessary to account for human factors that can affect a crew's ability to perform safety-critical roles, including in the following safety critical areas—

(a) Design and layout of displays and controls;

(b) Mission planning, which includes analyzing tasks and allocating functions between humans and equipment;

(c) Restraint or stowage of all individuals and objects in a vehicle; and

(d) Vehicle operation, so that the vehicle will be operated in a manner that flight crew can withstand any physical stress factors, such as acceleration, vibration, and noise.


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