Occupational Health (glossary)
A robust process by which to design and develop systems that effectively and affordably integrate human capabilities and limitations. (USAF 2009)
USAF. 2009. Air Force Human Systems Integration Handbook. Brooks City-Base, TX, USA: US Air Force Directorate of Human Performance Integration. AFD-090121-054. Available at: http://www.wpafb.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-090121-054.pdf
There has not been a standard usage for the term "Occupational Health". The term may also be seen as "human systems integration", "human-systems integration", "human system integration", and "human-system integration."
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