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Alcoholism is more than a habit, its a physical addiction with psychological and perhaps genetic roots. The power of habit can help change it.
Unlike other animals, human beings spend a lot of time thinking about what is not going on around them, contemplating events that happened in the past, might happen in the future, or will never happen at all.
A rounded edge rectangle draws the focus towards whats inside as compared to sharp edged which point outwards. Which is a better runway holding point marking and which colour should it be in?
Aviation and Medicine Safety Cultures have a lot in common. Presenting two webinar recordings which you may want to watch.
This activity involves pointing at target objects by stretching your arm and stating out loud, “Such and such is OK” at important points in the work in order to proceed with work safely and correctly.
Like breath is the basis of life, the circadian rhythm is the basis for all day time activities. Human body is controlled by an internal clock which puts the body to sleep and wakes the body with the sun rise.
American Airlines got their first few Boeing 757 aircrafts in 1990’s. The check airmen got their toys, the flight simulator to play around with. During the play session on one of the full flight simulators, they discovered that when a failure of Inboard Flap Asymmetry was simulated by pushing a button on the instructor control […]
Fatigue has been cited in about 23% aircraft accidents. Read the 1st India Fatigue Survey
While attitude has not been defined in either ICAO or IATA documents, both have the behavioural indicators as a measure of the performance standard. Behaviour and attitude are not the same and the incorrect indicator is being used to populate the database and give feed back.