I am very pleased to announce that a new, third edition of EEMUA 201 has just been published. I have been heavily involved in this a primary author with substantial input from a wide range of people, including Control Room Operators. 
 
We have produced a guide that will help anyone involved in designing a new control room or evaluating and/or modifying an existing one to focus on and actively involve the end users. It is particularly aimed at engineers (e.g. EPC) who may have relatively limited competence in human factors but have work to a tight budget and program.
 
The guidance covers the control building, physical aspects of the control room, working environment, console design, and control system graphics. Also, emerging issues are covered such as devices used outside of the control room and security.
 
Members of EEMUA will be able to download it directly. Everyone else can buy a hard copy or electronic version from https://lnkd.in/eY_3d2j
 
I completed this work whilst working as an Associate Consultant for Wilde Analysis. We are currently preparing a training course based on the updated guide. Further information is available here. This will complement the course I currently present with Wilde on EEMUA 191 Alarm Management.
 
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