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An evaluation of the effectiveness of the U.S Navy's crew resource management program
Although every U.S. Naval aviator receives annual Crew Resource Management (CRM) training designed to improve mission effectiveness, the program has not been formally evaluated in the last decade. To assess the adequacy ...
An evaluation of the effectiveness of bridge resource management training
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
Bridge Resource Management (BRM) is the maritime equivalent of crew resource management (CRM), and has been used in the civilian maritime industry for over a decade. An evaluation was carried out of the effectiveness of ...
Stress training enhances novice pilot performance in a stressful operational flight
This study investigated whether stress training introduced during the acquisition of simulator- based flight skills enhances pilot performance during subsequent stressful flight operations in an actual aircraft. Despite ...
Measuring safety climate in the aviation industry: A review and recommendations for the future.
This paper reviews 23 studies that have examined safety climate within commercial and military aviation. The safety climate factors identified in the aviation safety climate questionnaires were found to be consistent with ...
Evaluation of a Human Factors Analysis and Classification System as Used by Simulated Mishap Boards
O'CONNOR P, WALKER P. Evaluation of a Human Factors Analysis and Classification System as used by simulated mishap boards. Aviat Space Environ Med 2011; 82:44-8.Background: The reliability of the Department of Defense Human ...
The development of a prototype behavioral marker system for U.S Navy Officers of the Deck
The Officer of the Deck (OOD) of a U.S Navy ship is in charge of the safe and proper operation of the ship, and accountable to the Commanding Officer for every event that occurs during his or her OOD watch. This paper ...
A Comparison of Leading and Lagging Indicators of Safety In Naval Aviation
Background: The purpose of this paper is to examine the results of two different methods of identifying human factors safety concerns in U.S. Naval aviation. In both studies, the information was collected using the Department ...
Evaluation of a human factors analysis and classification system as used by trained raters.
In this study 22 military officers used DOD-HFACS to classify information obtained from an interview with an individual who had been involved in an aviation incident in which the potential for serious injury had been high.
Addressing human error within the Irish healthcare system.
(Irish Medical Organisation, 2011-02)
Research shows that human error, as opposed to mechanical failure, is the major causal factor of industrial and transportation accidents. The same is true in healthcare. This paper briefly discusses five human error reduction ...