Aviation Resource Management: Proceedings of the Fourth Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium

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Papers from a recent symposium provide a broad overview of contemporary research and thinking in aviation psychology and human factors. They address concepts of the safety culture as well as the influence of national, organizational, and professional cultures on behavior and training. Contributors come from around the world. Papers are organized in sections on aviation safety, crew resource management, the aircraft cabin, cockpit automation, safety investigation, fatigue and stress, and developmental workshop reports. Specific topics include human factors in advanced technology aircraft, and organizational learning in the aviation business. This is the first of two volumes. Lacks a subject index. The editors are consultants based in Australia. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781840149678
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2001
  • Pages: 438
  • Product dimensions: 6.34 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 1.38 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Preface xi
Invited contributors xiv
List of abbreviations xxiii
Part 1 Aviation Safety
1 Proactive safety culture: Do we need human factors? 1
2 Organisational learning in the aviation business 11
3 Safety culture and human error in the aviation industry: In search of perfection 19
4 A multi-layer model for incident reporting and analysis systems 33
5 An organisational approach to human factors 51
6 Reducing accidents among general aviation pilots through a national aviation safety program 63
7 Human factors and systems safety training into the new millennium: Co-operation or confrontation? 71
8 Luck: The final frontier in safety? 79
9 A study of the safety of flight in degraded visual conditions 87
10 Safety management in an integrated flying school 97
Part 2 Crew Resource Management
11 Safety and error management: The role of crew resource management 107
12 Western expatriates in an eastern organisation: A Malaysia Airlines experience 121
13 The trouble with culture 131
14 Creating and implementing a human factors safety culture in Central America 139
15 The road to company CRM at Ansett Australia 145
16 Human factors assessment: Pedantic semantics or the write stuff? 153
17 Traditional flight crew and CRM training: Is it really safe? 163
18 "Captain, what the ...?" 169
19 CRM in general aviation for single-pilot operations 177
20 Crew concepts in the air ambulance service of Norway 185
21 Enhancing the role of helicopter crewmen during single-pilot EMS operations 195
Part 3 The Aircraft Cabin
22 Safety issues in cockpit/cabin crew communication 205
23 Service, teamwork and flight safety 219
24 Flight attendants' job performance and job satisfaction: The role of work-family conflict, supervisor support and job involvement 227
25 Working conditions of Brazilian flight attendants: A qualitative approach 237
Part 4 Cockpit Automation
26 Human factors in advanced technology aircraft 247
27 Differences training for the glass cockpit: A comparison of pilot attitudes to two approaches 255
28 Lessons from new technology 265
29 Technology for instruction and learning: Support versus solution? 283
30 Heads down for a 'heads-up': Cockpit procedures for automated flight 295
31 The hidden losses in cockpit automation 305
Part 5 Safety Investigation
32 From Dryden to Winnipeg - and all points beyond 315
33 Strategic accident prevention with applied human factors theories 327
34 Theoretical taxonomies of cognitive human failure: A comparison between fixed, rotary-wing, and glider aircraft 337
35 Pilot error: Cognitive failure analysis 345
Part 6 Fatigue and Stress
36 Fatigue management in aviation: Similarities between the effects of fatigue and alcohol on performance impairment 357
37 Fatigue in the air activity: The pilot's perception 363
38 Devising a model for effective stress management in a leading South African airline company 369
39 The physiological factor 377
Part 7 Developmental Workshop Reports
40 Applied human factors training workshop report 389
41 Aviation safety investigation workshop report 393
42 Cabin safety workshop report 399
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