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Control Room Design Consulting
The Challenge

The Challenge

Poorly designed control rooms reduce operator effectiveness impacting organizations in costly ways. Problems include poor lighting, too much noise, improper sight lines, high-level of interruptions and distractions, insufficient or poorly designed display screens.

Design-related challenges can have a cumulative effect over time leading to  fatigue-related operator errors. Once an operator is fatigued, they are more likely to miss information, misread and/or misinterpret information, communicate poorly, and become slow to respond or not at all. 

The Solution

The Solution

Spartan and Emerson follow the International Standard ISO 11064 process for control design to ensure all aspects of the human factor requirements are considered and addressed. This process engages stakeholders throughout the design, starting with a formal task analysis and progressing through conceptual and detailed design to project execution and operational feedback. 

This standard is recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Increase Operator Efficiency
Address Ergonomic Concerns
Reduce Operator Fatigue
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