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The Importance of Training In Aviation’s Future 16 pages. [PDF 121K]
Stimulation of international exchange of information is needed to develop new methods of training to help improve safety.
Reviewing Aviation Safety in Japan 20 pages. [PDF 161K]
Efforts to improve the accident record will benefit from a reduction in the stresses that affect flight crew members.
Civil Aviation and the Aircraft Bomb 22 pages. [PDF 163K]
Sophisticated incendiary devices have become terrorists’ favored means of gaining their sinister objectives.
Dangerous Goods and Air Safety 22 pages. [PDF 159K]
The list of dangerous goods that may be carried by air is growing at a rate that makes it difficult for shipper and carrier alike to keep abreast of safe methods of storage and handling.
The Practice of Aviation Safety shares, in a nonattributive manner, some of the Foundation’s accumulated audit experience acquired from 60 audits conducted worldwide during the past decade, from small corporate aviation operations to large international air carriers. The dimensions of both internal self-audits and external independent audits, including general guidelines for conducting them, are also addressed.
Special Supplement: European Operations in the ’90s. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual European Corporate and Regional Aircraft Operators’ Safety Seminar. 136 pages.
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Today’s Professional Airline Pilot: All the Old Skills — and More 21 pages. [PDF 131K]
Improved cockpit management and coordination can help reduce crew-related accidents caused by a failure to follow established rules and procedures.
How Effective is Cockpit Resource Management Training? 25 pages. [PDF 127K]
Exploring issues in evaluating the impact of programs to enhance crew coordination.
Radical Right Terrorists vs. Radical Left Terrorists: Their Theory and Threat 17 pages. [PDF 73K]
Examination of activities and membership of several terrorist groups can lead to an indication of what to expect.
Preparing for the Unexpected: A Psychologist’s Case for Improved Training 20 pages. [PDF 86K]
Although design and automation help reduce human error incidents and accidents, training shortcomings must be corrected to enhance crew performance improvements.
Training the Entire Flight Department 16 pages. [PDF 67K]
The ever-increasing sophistication of machines and procedures requires an integrated approach to impress on all employees that safety of flight is the overriding concern of those who use air transportation.
The Future of the Civil Aviation System 16 pages. [PDF 67K]
Recent events, including terrorist attacks, airframe failures and labor-management strife, combine to make civil aviation one of the country’s most pressing priorities, says a group
of aviation leaders.