Human factors are reported to be contributory causes in many vehicle crashes, but yet they are often poorly addressed in an investigator's report. In fact, many investigations simply conclude that the cause of the crash was "human error"; a phrase that is over-used. A great quote on this topic is, "attributing incidents to human error was about as useful as saying falls are due to gravity." - Professor Trevor Kletz
Reviewing the findings from crash reconstructions can provide a good basis into the issues to be considered. However, a good human factors analysis largely depends upon the mindset of the investigators. That's why Crash Tech's investigators are all school trained on human factors and the challenges of theses analyses.
In order to better analyze and explain how human factors could have contributed to a collision, Crash Tech investigators are trained to look at;