Facilities Staffing Requirements for the Veterans Health Administration—Resource Planning and Methodology for the Future
This publication from the Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment and the Board on Human-Systems Integration focuses on the types, availability, usage, and limitations of models in the staffing process of the Facilities Management Program of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). This interim report emphasizes the importance of clean data in building a model for the VHA Facility engineering workforce.
The overarching goal of the study committee is to assess the overall resource needs, as well developing budget and staffing methodologies for the VHA medical centers. The committee has held several workshops and produced proceedings and four proceedings-in-brief of those workshops. The committee’s final report is expected to be released December 2019. Read the report
|Facilities Staffing Requirements for Veterans Health Administration—Resourcing, Workforce Modeling, and Staffing|
This publication from the Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment and the Board on Human-Systems Integration summarizes a workshop held in January 2019 that considered approaches in workforce modeling by examining methodologies and inputs for facilities staffing models. Both health care and non-health-care industries. Providing a survey view of modeling techniques and considerations.
The workshop is one of several data-gathering sessions by the Committee on Facilities Staffing Requirements for the Veterans Health Administration that are part of the overarching goal of helping the VHA assess the overall resource needs of its Facilities Management Program and to develop budget and staffing methodologies. Such methodologies provide better justification for ensuring that local VHA programs are adequately and consistently staffed to accomplish the mission and meet all requirement.
The Human Factors of Process Safety and Worker Empowerment in the Offshore Oil Industry
This publication from the Board on Human-Systems Integration summarizes a workshop held in January 2018 that convened experts in offshore oil and gas drilling, safety procedures, and government regulation to discuss ways to prevent accidents in the offshore oil industry by applying understanding of the human factors involved in process safety and worker empowerment to reduce and mitigate hazards.
|Human-Automation Interaction Considerations for Unmanned Aerial System Integration into the National Airspace System|
This publication from the Board on Human-Systems Integration and the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board summarizes a workshop held in January 2018 to advance the understanding of the human factors/human-systems integration issues associated with the full integration of Unmanned Aerial Systems into the National Airspace System.
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