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News, Fatigue, Safety Culture
Half of commercial pilots surveyed say fatigue not taken seriously by carriers.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Concentration on SMS — without a counterbalancing reliance on regulatory enforcement — can leave safety risks unaddressed, accident investigators say
by Linda Werfelman
Despite its focus on data, SMS must also emphasize the human element in safety, specialists say.
Research constructs aim for better ways of measuring safety culture in business aviation.
by Christopher M. Broyhill
They are different but complementary business principles.
by Mario Pierobon
Senior management can make, or break, a safety culture.
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Safety Culture
A three-step process for managing anomalous events — and maintaining aircraft control.
by Chris Nutter and Thomas Anthony
Pilot reluctance to report fatigue undermines FRMS.
by Simon Bennett
Hazards can evade identification when not clearly perceived.
by Thomas Anthony with Chris Nutter
GSIP Related Articles, Safety Culture
American Airlines prioritizes fairness while investigating errors and violations by maintenance and engineering employees.
by Brad Brugger and Pete Sirucek