b. Deputy Commander for Ship Design
and Engineering (SEA 05) Shall
(1) Ensure that Hull, Mechanical,
and Electrical (HM&E) systems and equipment are designed in accordance
witht the human engineering requirements of references (c) and (d) and
designed to match the performance capabilities and limitations of the
personnel who will be available to operate, control and manage them.
(2) Ensure that the human
engineering design criteria and requirements of references (c) and (d) are
satisfied in integrating all systems and equipment into total ship platform
(3) Develop and document ship
manpower and training requirements in accordance with references (e) through
(g). Develop Ship Manpower Documents, Operations Station Booklets, and
are available and trained to effectively operate the ship and that the systems
are operated effectively in accordance with their design.
(4) Ensure that manpower and
training requirements are identified, documented, and given prime
consideration in the design of total ships and HM&E systems and
(5) Verify that the manpower and
training requirements for all shipboard systems and equipment are
(6) Ensure that the shipboard
habitability and environmental control requirements of reference (h) are met
in total ship designs.
(7) Ensure that lessons learned from
similar ships, systems, and equipment in operational use are documented and
addressed early in design to prevent recurring deficiencies in human
engineering, manpower, training, and life support.
(8) Design a single point-of-contact
for each ship acquisition program to interface with the acquisition program
manager, coordinate the directorate's human factors efforts, and ensure that
the directorate's responsibilities are carried