It is important that the analysis group consists of personnel who cover the different areas of interest, so that it has the necessary expertise. If not, the crux of the matter may be overlooked.
A typical analysis group consists of the following personnel:
The analysis group should contain or be lead by a person with experience in human factor issues. The leader should be familiar with the CRIOP method and responsible for steering discussions, keeping time schedules, etc. The leader should be an independent trusted third party to insure a good impartial process.
Published August 25, 2011
Prepare and organize
State precondition for study
Plan and decide the timing
Establish the analysis group
Collect relevant documentation
Work load assessment
Contact person: Stig Ole Johnsen