Toward Advanced Human Reliability Programs. Structural Development Considerations and Options for Extreme Risk Environments
Research rept. Oct 1990-Jun 1991
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS FALLS CHURCH VA
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Operational populations exposed to extreme risk environments EREs might expect to sustain substantial losses, yet must be able to be relied upon to complete their mission or missions regardless. Existing human personnel reliability programs are inadequate to assure that personnel capable of meeting both the necessary security and operational requirements are available for response to such conditions. This study explores a number of issues to consider in building a robust human reliability program, HRP structure capable of supporting single to multiple operational populations, scenarios, and missions, using any of several program structure formats. The HRP structure format may be used within a single agency or government-wide. Extreme risk environments, reliability programs, psychological reliability, human reliability, personnel reliability, reliability.