Errors in Aviation Decision making, bad decisions or bad luck!
Pointing and calling Flight Safety Australia In 2014, the International Air Transportation Association estimated that inadvertent slide deployment costs the airline industry … More
Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive drug in the world, found in coffee, tea, cocoa, chocolate candy, and soft drinks. While caffeine has several positive effects such as increasing energy and mental alertness, heavy use can cause symptoms such as anxiety and insomnia.
Distraction, loss of concentration, carelessness and loss of attention are causal factors in a number of aviation occurrences. This is … More
If you want to understand how Alcoa is doing, you need to look at our workplace safety figures. If we bring our injury rates down, it won’t be because of cheerleading or the nonsense you sometimes hear from other CEOs. It will be because the individuals at this company have agreed to become part of something important: They’ve devoted themselves to creating a habit of excellence.
Fatigue awareness through training and management through strict guidelines will ensure safety.
Humans as the users of machines must be involved in the design, development . There has to be effective implementation of the change management process in SMS so that changes and associated risks are identified and highlighted.
Lithium ion batteries carried in hand bag and relocated as gate check-in bags, inadvertently loaded in the cargo compartment of an airline could spark and uncontrollable fire.
United Kingdom’s second largest airport, Gatwick has been closed for the second day due to the presence of a rogue drone flying in the vicinity of the airport. Do the Indian airports have a contingency plan? Busy airports like Mumbai and Delhi with a vast geographical area and airspace do not have the capability to detect and capture rogue drones. The impact of an airport closure on thousands of traveling public and economy is unimaginable.
A 100 Tonne error in take off performance. We continue to believe that an engineering control will prevent a future incident. We need to ensure that flight crew perform NORMAL actions/procedures consistently and with accuracy. Human factors should be the point in focus.