This book provides an in-depth analysis of human failure and its various forms and root causes. The analysis is developed through real aviation accidents and incidents and the deriving lessons learned.
Employs accumulated experience, and the scientific and research point of view, and recorded aviation accidents and incidents from the daily working environment
Provides lessons learned and integrates the existing regulations into the human factors discipline
Highlights the responsibility concerns and raises the accountability issues deriving from the engineers’ profession by concisely distinguishing human failure types
Suggests a new approach in human factors training in order to meet current and future challenges imposed on aviation maintenance
Offers a holistic approach in human factors aircraft maintenance
Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance is comprehensive, easy to read, and can be used as both a training and a reference guide for operators, regulators, auditors, researchers, academics, and aviation enthusiasts. It presents the opportunity for aircraft engineers, aviation safety officers, and psychologists to rethink their current training programs and examine the pros and cons of employing this new approach.
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