Question: When designing a more effective and reliable commercial airline aviation maintenance system for complex work instructions, explain what macroergonomic factors might be considered to prevent dispatch of non-airworthy flights. Also, delineate how system boundaries (e.g., O-level, I-level, depot, scheduled, non-scheduled) would be addressed to assure distributed accountability for all work completed.

Answer: Macro-ergonomics are top-down or bottom-up sociotechnical approaches applicable to designing work systems…….