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Human Factors

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21
Apr

Reducing Mishaps by Understanding Human Factors Engineering

Info on US AMDD program, benefits of understanding HF in engineering to Naval Aviation
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16
Mar

Aircraft Maintenance: Managing Airworthiness Directives

Overview of Continental AD affecting engines and crankshafts and process of managing AD's.
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16
Mar

Consistency between Safety Assessments

Info on how the FAA has significantly enhanced its certification process and safety-oversight over last 2 years. (IFA Comment)
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03
Feb

Boeing Innovation Quarterly – Folding Wingtip Control

Link to latest issue of Boeing's Innovation Quarterly - we highlight one of 777x flight deck latest updates, Folding Wingtip Control
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26
Jan

CASA – Safety Behaviours: Human Factors for engineers Kit

CASA resource for Engineers examining factors & issues affecting human performance in the hangar.
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18
Jan

Flight Safety Detectives Episode 148: Troy Gentry Crash caused by Maintenance Error

Review of NTSB report. Accident shows continued lack of defining corrective actions for maintenance personnel.
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18
Jan

Why the Human Factors of Aviation Maintenance Matter

Article tells you about the 'Dirty Dozen' and why each of them is important.
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18
Jan

FAA: Using Accidents & Events for Safety

Link to FAA TV to view short films on using HF concepts to prevent accidents caused by human error.
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18
Jan

Development of a strategy to enhance Human-centred design for maintenance.

RAeS HF: Engineering Sub-Group Report considers the experience of maintenance errors in aviation
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14
Jan

RAeS Better by Design- Designing Out Maintenance Error

RAeS Human Factors Specialist Group Conference:  Better by Design – Designing Out Maintenance Error Traditionally there has been an unrealistic design assumption that maintenance engineers will get things right 100% of the time: there is no recognition of, and therefore allowance for, potential errors. Experience shows that, despite the good work that has been done with regard to training maintenance...
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