Supporting any human factor initiative with excellence is a function of understanding the science of human performance. Factors such as character, professional ethics, and a mission-oriented mindset, must be combined with a unique blend of professional experience that withstands operational stress.

Five professions cultivate these traits; criminal justice officers, intelligence officers, military special operations personnel, professional educators and emergency medicine specialists. These professions develop a high degree of situational awareness and processing, operational intellect, and team orientation.  Each of these professions cultivates measured decisiveness under high levels of situational stress. Each profession requires extensive background checks, a process that captures individuals of high character, ethics and a dedication to mission.

Over the span of three decades, the principals of the Human Factor Research Group have excelled in providing unique complex human factor capabilities in support of domestic and international peace-keeping and emergency medical operations.

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