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Human Factors

Human factors has been identified as the last area in which significant gains in aviation safety are possible. Persistently, some 70-80% of accidents are attributed to human error.

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Cabin Crew SG

he Cabin Crew Group was formed at the request of the RAeS Human Factors Committee and has been running for over 4 years.

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Engineering SG

To influence the Aviation Industry, in order that safety and operational efficiency is improved through the adoption of Human Factors principles and practices.

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Welcome to the Human Factors Groups of The Royal Aeronautical Society.

Human factors has been identified as the last area in which significant gains in aviation safety are possible. Persistently, some 70-80% of accidents are attributed to human error. This has have made the topic a high priority with operators, regulators and researchers.

Crew Resource Management, initially developed in the United States, is advocated by ICAO and others as the primary means of reducing aviation human factors accidents. The HFG is active in encouraging the development of CRM programmes and improving their quality.

In particular, the HFG has explored CRM issues relating to cultural, regulatory and operational characteristics of the multinational UK/European environment; and the broader organisational aspects of human error prevention. The HFG expects to contribute to progress in these areas by bringing together international experts, line pilots and instructors, and both large and small operators from the UK and elsewhere.

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