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Welcome to the website of the Board on Human-Systems Integration (BOHSI). The Board provides new perspectives on theoretical and methodological issues concerning the relationship of individuals and organizations to technology and the environment, identifies critical issues in the design, test, evaluation, and use of new human-centered technologies, and gives advice on the research needed to expand the scientific and technical bases for designing technology to support the needs of its users.

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Upcoming Events

September 17-19, 2014: BOHSI Bi-Annual Meeting
Location: Beckman Center of the National Academies 100 Academy Drive Irvine, California 92617


October 27-31, 2014: HFES Annual Meeting
Location: Chicago, Illinois


Join BOHSI in a session that will focus on the issue of safe patient handling and mobility.  Details on the session will be forthcoming.

More Information about the HFES  Annual Meeting

More Information about BOHSI's 2013 Planning Meeting on Safe Patient Handling and Mobility
 
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Winter 2013 News from BOHSI

BOHSI Winter 2013 NewsletterFind out more about recent and upcoming activities of the Board on Human-Systems Integration in the latest edition of our our newsletter.

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Recent Reports


Improving Self-Escape from Underground Coal Mines

Mine Safety coverMore coordinated planning and improvements to training and technology in mine safety operations could better prepare underground coal miners for escape, says a new report Improving Self-Escape from Underground Coal Mines.


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Aviation Safety Specialists

FAA Safety report cover The report Assessment of Staffing Needs of Systems Specialists in Aviation, makes comment on developing a staffing model for the 6,100 workers that maintain the National Airspace System. The committee evaluates the current staffing models and then provides variables that should be included in a model that the Federal Aviation Administration will build to predict the future number of Airway Transportation System Specialists.

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