Life test sampling plans (LSPs) for the Weibull distribution are usually developed under the assumptions that the shape parameter is known and the life test is conducted at an accelerated condition for which the acceleration factor (AF) is known. However, the sensitivities of a plan to the assumed shape parameter and AF have been rarely investigated. This paper considers the case where the life test is hybrid censored and develops attributes LSPs under the above assumptions. Then, sensitivity analyses are conducted to assess the effects of the uncertainties in the assumed AF and shape parameter on the actual producer and consumer risks. A method is also developed for constructing LSPs that can accommodate these uncertainties.