If I don’t link my action or instrument readouts to consequences, how will I perceive risk &avoid them?
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I am a true believer that society and culture cannot be separated from work and training. However best the training may be, it is under a controlled environment and the performance indicators needed to be achieved are briefed before hand. The crew undergoing training works together to achieve their objective and they are driven by […]
Traditionally the flight crew has been the easy target in the blame game that ensues after an incident. In this case the regulator and operator too are indicted.
A Safety culture Survey by Safety Matters, NGO. Highlight of the survey is the need for fatigue management across all stakeholders.
By emphasizing ‘Who Caused the Accident?’ rather than ‘What Might Have Prevented It?’, investigation authorities engage in weighing causes and, therefore, weighing blame. Causal summaries identify the individuals and organizations that seem to be most at fault, balancing between probable cause and contributing factors.
Objective safety can be described as the actual number or risk of accidents or injuries, while subjective safety is the feeling or perception of safety.
The report has squarely blamed the First Officer for an inappropriate response to inadvertent activation of the aeroplane’s go-around mode, resulting in the spatial disorientation that led him to place the aeroplane in a steep descent from which the crew did not recover.
Organizations that are able to manage and sustain almost error-free performance despite operating in hazardous conditions where the consequences of errors could be catastrophic), with a positive safety culture are known as High-Reliability Organizations (HRO). ‘What distinguishes reliability-enhancing organizations, is not their absolute error or accident rate, but their effective management of innately risky technologies through organizational control of both hazard and probability
Pakistan and PIA have successfully audits by ICAO & IATA. If these audits gave then a good report card then how did the fake licencing scam erupt? There is a need for introspection by the auditors.