human performance

human performance
1) Human capabilities and limitations which have an impact on the safety, security and efficiency of aeronautical operations.
(AN 17)
2) Human capabilities and limitations which have an impact on the safety and efficiency of aeronautical operations.
(AN 1, AN 5, AN 6/I, AN 6/III, AN 8, AN 10/I, AN 11, AN 14/I, AN 16/I)
Official definitions added to: AN 17 by Amdt 10 (01/07/2002), AN 1 by Amdt 163, AN 5 by Amdt 16 (02/11/2000), AN 6/I by Amdt 23 (05/11/1998), AN 6/III by Amdt 5 (05/11/1998), AN 8 by Amdt 98, AN 10/II by Amdt 73 (05/11/1998), AN 11 by Amdt 38 (05/11/1998), AN-14/1 by Amdt 3 (04/11/1999), AN 16/1 by Amdt 6 ( 04/11/1999), and to PANS-ATM (01/11/2001).
возможности человека
1) Способности человека и пределы его возможностей, влияющие на безопасность и эффективность авиационной деятельности.
2) Способности человека и пределы его возможностей, влияющие на безопасность полётов, авиационную безопасность и эффективность авиационной деятельности.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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