What The QSR Preamble Says About Human Factors
This article was originally published in The Silver Sheet
Although usability isn't expressly addressed in FDA's Quality System Regulation, the need for manufacturers to use human factors engineering is implied in several sections of 820.30, "Design Controls," including design input, design verification and design validation.
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