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CRM en Aviaci贸n : Programas a trav茅s de la Historia

Viernes, 1 de febrero de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

Como resalta 聽Daniel Mu帽oz-Marr贸n- 聽piloto del Ej茅rcito del Aire y Psic贸logo-,聽autor de este art铆culo que hoy te recomendamos leer; 聽se puede decir sin ninguna duda que los Programas de CRM (Crew Resource Management), son la contribuci贸n m谩s importante de la Psicolog铆a Aplicada al mundo de la Aviaci贸n.

Desde su aparici贸n en 1979, estos programas han sido una de las herramientas que se han usado con mayor 茅xito para tratar de afrontar el “error humano” en el mundo de la aviaci贸n.

Te invitamos a leer el 聽presente art铆culo publicado en “Papeles del Psic贸logo” (revista del Consejo General Psicolog铆a en Espa帽a) 聽que realiza un breve e interesante recorrido por la historia de estos programas de entrenamiento.

*Human Factor in Aviation / CRM Crew Resource Management)

Papeles del Psic贸logo/ Psicologist Papers,2018. Vol. 39(3), pag. 191-199

Daniel Mu帽oz-Marr贸n

*Papeles del Psic贸logo >> Por si te apetece 聽echar un vistazo a otros interesantes art铆culos y Monograf铆as .

Factores Humanos en Aviaci贸n ( Curso UNED)

Mi茅rcoles, 16 de enero de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

Mucho se puede hablar, en la prevenci贸n de accidentes e incidentes a茅reos, de c贸mo minimizar el riesgo del 鈥渆rror humano鈥. En este curso se tratar谩 del aporte que desde la Psicolog铆a se puede hacer en este campo. 驴cu谩ntos accidentes a茅reos son causados por d茅ficit en capacidades tales como dificultades en gestionar situaciones de estr茅s, resistencia a la fatiga, al aburrimiento, capacidad de realizar tareas simult谩neas, atenci贸n dividida,鈥 o por razones psicopatol贸gicas?…

Organizado por la UNED , con la colaboraci贸n de AEPA y el CIMA.

On line o Presencial / Marzo 2019

Informaci贸n general sobre 4陋 edici贸n del Curso factores Humanos en Aviaci贸n / UNED

Si quieres ver el programa ……

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17th International Symposium on Aviation Psycology

Viernes, 27 de julio de 2012 Estrella Forster 2 comentarios

The International Symposium on Aviation Psychology will be held next May (6-9) 2013.聽 Hosted by Wright State University & Air Force Research Laboratory Human Effectiveness Directorate Dayton, Ohio . It is offered for the purposes of : presenting the latest research on human performance problems and opportunities within aviation systems; envisioning design solutions that best utilize human capabilities for creating safe and efficient aviation systems; and bringing together scientists, research sponsors, and operators in an effort to bridge the gap between research and application

Proposal Submission deadline: October 5, 2012
Paper Submission deadline: March 1, 2013
Early Registration ends March 15, 2013

** ISAP 2013 / International Symposium on aviation Psycology

A commercial pilot stole plane, committed suicide wanted in connection with murder

Jueves, 19 de julio de 2012 FSI / Curt Lewis Sin comentarios

A commercial pilot wanted in connection with the killing of his girlfriend in Colorado聽聽Springs tried to steal a commercial airplane early Tuesday at the St. George Municipal Airport (Utah), then committed suicide, investigators said. The man who shot and killed himself inside a commandeered SkyWest airplane early Tuesday was 40-year- old Brian Joseph Hedglin, St. George spokesman Mark Mortensen confirmed.

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European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP) International Courses , 2012.

Mi茅rcoles, 7 de marzo de 2012 FSI / Curt Lewis Sin comentarios

Dr Rob Lee, Kristina Pollack and Brent Hayward will be conducting two of their popular EAAP-recognized “Human Factors in Flight Safety, Safety Management Systems, Risk Management and Safety Investigation” courses in 2012. The first of these courses was conducted at the European Commission Joint Research Centre at Ispra, Italy in 1999.聽 Since聽then, these EAAP courses have been continually updated to reflect the many changes in the aviation industry. They have been held regularly, in locations including Eurocontrol, Luxembourg; the SAS Flight Academy, Stockholm; Iberia Airlines, Madrid; NAV Portugal, Lisbon; the Swiss Air Force, Interlaken; Aer Lingus, Dublin; and, Emirates, Dubai.A total of more than 270 participants, both civil and military,聽have attended these highly regarded courses.聽

聽**This year, the 15th of these聽courses聽will be held in聽Dubai, UAE,聽from聽13-17 May 2012, kindly hosted by聽Emirates Airline.

聽**The 16th course will be held the following week, between聽21-26 May,聽in聽Dublin, Ireland,聽kindly hosted by聽Aer Lingus. 聽

Detailed information on the course content and its instructors, together with Registration Brochures聽for both the聽Dublin and聽Dubai courses聽can now be downloaded from the聽 EAAP website:聽

EAAP -European Association for aviation Psycology-

El error humano y la gesti贸n de seguridad: la perspectiva sist茅mica en las obras de James Reason

Mi茅rcoles, 18 de enero de 2012 Jose Mar铆a P茅rez Sastre 1 comentario

Leemos en Aviaci贸n digital este art铆culo聽escrito por Mauro Marchitto de la Facultad de Psicolog铆a de Granada聽sobre 聽la obra de James Reason, Profesor de Psicolog铆a de la Universidad de Manchester, y experto reconocido a nivel mundial en el estudio del error humano en sistemas tecnol贸gicos de alto riesgo y en el papel desempe帽ado por 茅ste en los grandes desastres ocurridos en algunos dominios de producci贸n industrial y de servicios.聽

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The need to “NOTICE”

Martes, 27 de septiembre de 2011 Estrella Forster Sin comentarios

“There has been a great deal of discussion lately about organizational responsibility versus individual responsibility for aviation mishaps. Although the main body of research for the last 30 years has shown that aviation accidents mainly are organizational accidents, the role of the individual 鈥 the pilot, maintenance technician, dispatcher, etc. 鈥 cannot be discounted.聽Anyone seeking a simple answer to this question: organization vs individual is bound to be disapointed. We invite you to read last issue of AeroSafetyWorld- Sep 2011, specially following article that聽highlights “the need to notice hazards can evade identification when not clearly perceived”

** “The Need to Notice…”

聽聽聽聽聽 Thomas Anthony & Chris Nutter

聽聽聽聽聽 FSF/ AeroSafetyWorld / September 2011

Aviation Psychology & Applied Human Factors : -New journal-

Mi茅rcoles, 10 de agosto de 2011 Estrella Forster Sin comentarios

Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors publishes innovative, original, high-quality applied research covering all aspects of the aerospace domain.It is the 聽Official Organ of the European Association for Aviation Psychology. In order to make the journal accessible to both practitioners and scientific researchers, the contents are broadly divided into original “scientific research articles” and “papers for practitioners”. It is expected to be abstracted/indexed initially in PsycINFO and PSYNDEX. Do not forget to check it out this new journal, see our colleagues in the Editorial Board and START WRITING!

** Aviation Psycology and Applied Human Factors: Vol 1/ 2011- On line-

** Aviation Psycology & Applied HF / Vol 1 – Table of Contents.pdf-

“Miedo a Volar” en “Me gusta Volar”

Jueves, 2 de septiembre de 2010 Jose Mar铆a P茅rez Sastre 3 comentarios

Me gusta volar 聽es un nuevo blog de Iberia. Viajes, consejos para no tener miedo a volar, curiosidades sobre la aviaci贸n, nuestra historia鈥 Todos esos contenidos, y muchos m谩s, tendr谩n cabida en Me gusta volar, un sitio que quiere convertirse en el punto de encuentro de lectores a los que les gusta viajar, conocer y volar. Para empezar te recomendamos el art铆culo escrito por Jorge Mira sobre el Miedo a Volar.

** 驴Qu茅 es el Miedo a Volar?

聽聽聽聽 Jorge Mira / “Me gusta volar” / Blog de Iberia /Sep 2010

FAA Aviation News: “Human Factors Basics”

Mi茅rcoles, 5 de mayo de 2010 Enriqueta Alomar Sin comentarios

Nuestra compa帽era聽 Laura Duque Arrubla del Centro Aeron谩utico de Colombia nos manda el n煤mero de Enero/Febrero 2010 de la revista FAAAviation News casi dedicado por completo a los Factores Humanos con la siguiente rese帽a….

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