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Examining staffing and job organization will help identify whether the team size is suitable. In addition, there is the issue of distributing tasks between human operators. Some tasks are best performed by one team member, whilst other tasks are best distributed between several team members. Also, it has been shown that people work better when they can be made responsible for meaningful tasks rather than being required to undertake disjointed parts of tasks which have little apparent relationship to one another.
After only a few seconds on the primary display, they would often call up a display of background information. This second display was then usually left up until the next customer enquiry. Therefore, although the users only used this background information infrequently, its apparent frequency of use (based upon sampling which VDU display was being shown) suggested that it was much more important than the primary display. The analysts must therefore take care in interpreting the results. 42 TASK DATA COLLECTION METHODS Resources required Low resources are a primary advantage of this technique.
194 and 208), or as inputs for fault and event tree analyses (see pp. 188 and 178). 48 TASK DATA COLLECTION METHODS Advantages • The technique is helpful in highlighting the features that will make parts of a system particularly vulnerable, particularly from a human factors perspective. It will provide information on the type of errors that can occur, and when and how they are likely to happen. • It is especially appropriate for the identification of rare events, which may not be picked up in other techniques that rely on operators reporting their everyday activities.