Impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on aviation workers and the aviation system
The RAeS Human Factors Wellbeing Group (RAeS HFWG) is supporting a study being undertaken by Trinity College Dublin looking into capturing data around the impact on aviation professionals wellbeing resulting from the coronavirus crisis.
Completion of the survey is voluntary and anonymous.
The survey addresses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on aviation workers and the aviation system. Specifically, it asks questions about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the wellbeing, employment, and safety behaviour of aviation professionals. It also looks at self-care practices, work related change, and the requirements for support for aviation professionals both during and after the COVID 19 pandemic. This online anonymous survey has received ethical approval from the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin.
Data from the wellbeing survey will be made available to key stakeholder groups for use in formulating policy and operational responses to the current crisis as it impacts safety and performance risk.
Closing date: 24 August 2020
The survey is being coordinated by Dr Joan Cahill (Principal Investigator) and Captain Paul Cullen (Research Associate/Accident Investigator) from the Centre for Innovative Human Systems, School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin.