Category: Human Factor

Pathological state of aviation safety. Learnings from recent SpiceJet incidents.

Establishing a safety culture in the organization is the most effective means of safety assurance in the long term. Humans play a vital role in the running of the processes and are also the cause of most errors. There are a number of reasons for both errors and violations. Instead of increasing controls in terms of engineering controls and SOP’s, it is beneficial for the organization to implement a generative safety culture, wherein safety becomes a way of life and there is little oversight or control required. Losses are prevented at every stage and hazards are actively identified and risk mitigated.

 

Optical phenomenon called ‘Glory’ and ‘Chimera”

Have you ever been flying over a cloud deck and noticed a rainbow halo around the shadow of your airplane? Besides being pretty to look at, this ring-shaped rainbow – called a pilot’s halo or glory of the pilot because we’re usually the only ones who get to…

 

Risk perception: my presentation at the Flight Safety Foundation conference

 

 
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