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BS EN ISO 11064-4:2013

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The design of control rooms, plant and equipment can have a large impact on human performance. Skip to content Skip to navigation.

Health and Safety Executive. A – switch to normal size A – switch to be size A – switch to larger size. Control rooms The design of control rooms, plant and equipment can have a large impact on human performance. A work system is defined as ‘a combination of people and equipment, within a given space and environment, and the interactions between these components with a rn organisation’ p10 Ergonomic design of control centres, PartsISO Covers design principles, control room arrangements and layout, workstations, displays, controls, interactions, temperature, lighting, acoustics, ventilation, and evaluation.


BS EN ISO – Ergonomic design of control centres. Layout and dimensions of workstations

Designers should be following this standard for new control rooms, and it can usefully be referred to for upgrades and modifications to existing ones especially where there are known problems. Process plant control desks utilising human-computer interface: A clear and practical guide for sites moving to DCS control and centralised control rooms.

The main reasons given fn these changes were to improve productivity, to satisfy regulatory requirements and to keep pace with technology. There was little hard evidence that these alterations led to improvements. The survey indicated that the introduction of remote operation has significant effects on the way work is conducted. This was particularly apparent in areas such as communication between Field Operators and Control Room Operators and information acquisition.

Very few sites systematically examined and managed the impact of these changes. See also Case studies Articles.


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