Withdrawn PAR

IEEE P1289

Guide for the Application of Human Factors Engineering in the Design of Computer- Based Monitoring and Control Displays for Nuclear Power Generating Stations and Other Nuclear Facilities

This document establishes guidelines defining suitable Computer-based Monitor and Control Display formats. The guide also establishes basic practical guidance for the design and implementation details for creating such displays intended to be used on Video Display Units (VDUs) and other electronic displays to monitor and control the operations of Nuclear Power Generating Stations and other Nuclear facilities.

Sponsor Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Status
Withdrawn PAR
PAR Approval
2010-03-25
Superseding
1289-1998

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Working Group
WG_5.1 - Human Factors Analysis and Measurement
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IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
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Working Group Chair
Jeffrey JOE

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P845

Guide for the Evaluation of Human-System Performance in Nuclear Power Generating Stations and Other Nuclear Facilities

This document provides guidance for evaluting human-system performance related to systems, equipment, and facilities in nuclear power generating stations. It summarizes specific evaluation techniques and presents rationale for their applications within the integrated systems approach to plant design, operations, and maintenance described in IEEE Std 1023.

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