Human Factors

The Human Factors team assesses the behaviours of individuals involved in collisions or other personal injury events to provide you with the insight needed to fully understand who contributed to an incident.

The ranges and limits of human ability are central to the assessment of whether or not an incident was caused by human error. Did the involved drivers behave as expected of a typical motorist? Did the other driver involved have a delayed response? Could the incident have been avoided, or the severity lessened if only those involved behaved normally? Whether involving collisions, issues of roadway design, response to warnings and signage, or slip/trip and falls, these are the types of questions to which our Human Factors team can provide answers.

We are trial-tested scientists who take a hands-on approach to both forensic investigation and staying at the cutting edge of thought-leadership through designing and implementing research studies with our various academic partners and teaching at the post-secondary level.

As with all disciplines at -30-, we take great pride in delivering objective information to you in the clearest possible terms, so you can do your job with confidence knowing that each opinion you receive is backed by an unmatched depth of expertise.

Let our team bring the science of human behaviour to bear.

  • Trial-tested and qualified expertise in human behaviour
  • Thought-leadership as educators and researchers
  • At the leading edge of human factors investigative techniques

REAL. CLEAR. SCIENCE.

04/30/2019

30 Forensic Engineering Promotes Dr. Adam Campbell to Practice Lead of Human Factors Group
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Dr. Adam Campbell...
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11/01/2018

Risky Business Conference 2018: Embracing Uncertainty
Since its inception, the ‘Risky Business’ group of conferences have been built on the premise of learning from high...
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10/18/2018

Marijuana legalization, claims of impairment and driver behaviour – Has the typical approach to assessing risk and liability gone up in smoke?
Nothing else stirs up a debate quite like the topic of marijuana legalization. What was once a discussion premised...
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06/27/2018

2018 Forensic Investigation Forum: Ottawa
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm was pleased to host the 2018 Forensic Investigation Forum in our nation’s...
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05/30/2018

Convenience at a Cost: Autonomous Vehicles are not (yet) what they seem
Leading automotive manufacturers and technology developers have made exceptional advancements in autonomous vehicle technology, but they have not yet...
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03/27/2018

Human versus Machine: Self-driving vehicles could benefit by behaving more like the humans they’re trying to replace
Who is to blame when a human operator could have performed better than their self-driving car? The recent fatal...
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