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Figure 1.1 The first fatal aviation accident
Aviation Safety Trends
Some Reasons for Concern
traffic growth — past, present, and future
Human Error and Aviation Accidents
Engineering Aspects of an Investigation
Human Factors Aspects of an Investigation
2 Human Error Perspectives
The Cognitive Perspective
Figure 2.1 Basic model of information processing
Figure2.2Decision-making model
Figure 2.3 A taxonomic framework for assessing aircrew error
The Ergonomic Perspective
Figure 2.4 The SHEL model
The Behavioral Perspective
The Aeromedical Perspective
Figure 2.7 Epidemiological model of accident causation
The Psychosocial Perspective
Figure 2.8 Social factors affecting aircrew error
The Organizational Perspective
Figure 2.9 The domino theory of accident causation
Figure 2.10 The four "P's" of flight deck operations
Reason's Model of Accident Causation
Elements of a Productive System
Figure 3.1 Components of a productive system
Breakdown of a Productive System
the "Swiss cheese" model of accident causation
Figure 3.2 The "Swiss cheese" model of accident causation
Unsafe Acts of Operators
Figure 3.3 Categories of unsafe acts committed by aircrews
Table 3.1 Selected examples of unsafe acts of operators
Preconditions for Unsafe Acts
Conditionof Operators
Table 3.2 Selected examples of preconditions of unsafe acts
Personnel Factors
Environmental Factors
Unsafe Supervision
Figure 3.5 Categories of unsafe supervision
Table 3.3 Selected examples of unsafe supervision
Organizational Influences
Figure 3.6 Organizational factors influencing accidents
4 Aviation Case Studies using
Sometimes Experience does Count
Human Factors Analysis using HFACS
at Kansas City International Airport
A World Cup Soccer Game They would Never See
accident approach
The Volcano Special
Figure 4.7 Planned tour route of SAT flights
Quantifying Proficiency within the Fleet
The linear trend is plotted as a dashed line
Crew Resource Management Training: Success or Failure?
The Redheaded Stepchild of Aviation
military, and general aviation
6 Beyond Gut Feelings
Validity of a Framework
Factors Affecting Validity
error classification system
Figure 6.4 The Taxonomy of Unsafe Operations
instance of a particular causal category
7 But What About...?
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A Human Error Approach to Aviation Acc. Analysis

A Human Error Approach to Aviation Acc. Analysis

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