A latent human error is a poor design that leaves itself open to human error. This can be found in the design of systems, processes, equipment, vehicles, aircraft and buildings. Latent human error is a type of risk that can be identified and managed as part of a risk management discipline.
A design flaw that is likely to result in human error.
An unusually steep staircase that represents a risk to life should anyone fall down it.
A car that allows children in the backseat to open the doors as the vehicle travels at full speed.A market trading application that allows a trader to inadvertently enter quantity as price and price as quantity. An aircraft design that allows a pilot to stall the aircraft by climbing at too steep an angle.
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