By B Kirwan, L. K. Ainsworth
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Personnel may well have identified more effective ways of doing the job than those methods which were originally specified during system design. It is worth noting that activity sampling data can be used to check the accuracy of other forms of analysis, because these will often imply that a particular range of behaviours are expected to take a particular amount of time. Comparison with activity sampling data can support, or refute, these expectations with relatively little effort. Advantages • The method is objective, in so far as the data recording does not rely on the operator or the analyst describing or interpreting what is going on.
The severity of the events which can be considered as ‘critical’ should be defined prior to eliciting responses from personnel. Having generated a set of incidents, these can then be categorized and further analysed. It should then be possible to identify what changes can be made in the system to ameliorate problems, or to capitalize on positive instances of system success. The technique has made a major contribution to the reduction of human error, but, as mentioned above, can also be used to collect information about a range of other situations.
Collecting the information. Various schemes have been worked out for information collection, in more, or less, systematic ways. A range of techniques have been used, such as personal interviews, group interviews, questionnaires, or various forms of recording on checklists etc. The interview 46 TASK DATA COLLECTION METHODS has been deemed to be the most satisfactory way in which information can be collected. The use of standardized documentation may make the largescale collecting of data more economic.
A Guide To Task Analysis: The Task Analysis Working Group by B Kirwan, L. K. Ainsworth