HFRG Australia

Advancing training through Research, Integrity and Professionalism

About Human Factor Research Group in Australia

About HFRG

For close to 40 years, the principals of the Human Factor Research Group, Inc. (HFRG) have excelled in providing unique complex human factor capabilities in support of domestic and international peace-keeping operations.

We instruct and train thousands upon thousands of professionals from multiple different career fields including the Criminal Justice community, Department of Defense, the Intelligence communities (both foreign and national), various levels of academia, and emergency and tactical medicine to name a few.

HFRG Inc. provides our clients with unequaled recruiting, training, staffing and logistical capabilities.

Our client base is expansive; from designing curriculum for over 70% of the criminal justice academies, to assisting the Hong Kong government manage (and control) the influx of violent Vietnamese criminals during the late 1980’s, providing combat human factor training to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment during the first Gulf War, training the Nation’s most elite Special Warfare counter-terrorism units during the 1990’s,supporting the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the FBI’s elite Hostage Rescue Unit after the Waco incident, to managing the Nation’s largest private training initiative in history resulting from the September 11, 2001 crisis.

Few companies have a distinguished past performance equal to the Human Factor Research Group, but even fewer companies have the capabilities of the Human Factor Research Group.

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The HFRG Spontaneous Knife Defense System is designed to meet the needs of students who are confronted by a spontaneous knife assault and unable to retrieve a weapon.
This 40-hour course is designed to teach students to teach others how to create and facilitate court-defensible practical learning simulations that closely replicate the environments and stress levels officers face in real-life street situations, to allow students to experience such events in a safe learning environment where they can make mistakes and learn from them without risk to their personal safety.
The HFRG Pressure Point Control Tactics course was the first subject control system designed based on tactical, legal and medical research. It was originally developed as a supplement to existing defensive tactics or impact weapon systems.