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Human Factors

Human Factors




Rate : 6 | View : 4566 | Download : 3584
Date : Saturday, January 23, 2016 | Release : Thursday, September 10, 2015
Size : 500 kb | Author : Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group

The Role of Human Factors

The Role of Human Factors in Improvement of Aviation Safety




Human error has been documented as a primary contributor to more than 70 percent of commercial airplane hull-loss accidents. While typically associated with flight operations, human error has also recently become a major concern in maintenance practices and air traffic management.





Boeing human factors professionals work with engineers, pilots, and mechanics to apply the latest knowledge about the interface between human performance and commercial airplanes to help operators improve safety and efficiency in their daily operations.





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