/Etiqueta: FSF
26 12, 2018

About AeroSafety World


AeroSafety World continues Flight Safety Foundation’s tradition of excellence in aviation safety journalism that stretches back more than 50years. AeroSafety World, originally called Aviation Safety World, was launched as a full-color magazine in July 2006 and is now published 10 times a year. [...]

About AeroSafety World2018-12-26T19:17:48+02:00
28 08, 2012

Questions about a medevac flight accident in adverse conditions


Pressure to conduct EMS operations safely and quickly in various  enviromental conditions- for example, in inclement weather and at night- increases the risk of accidents when compared to other types of patient transport methods, including ground ambulances or commercial flights. In [...]

Questions about a medevac flight accident in adverse conditions2012-08-28T06:00:16+02:00
17 08, 2011

On the Home Front: "A stressful family life can affect performance in the cockpit"


The results of this study indicate  that stability in relationships and home life were the most important factors in helping pilots cope with stress and  that the effects of domestic stress carry over to the pilots’ work world, directly influencing [...]

On the Home Front: "A stressful family life can affect performance in the cockpit"2011-08-17T11:10:22+02:00
26 07, 2011

Shape Up


You can already read in last AeroSafetyWorld (June 2011) this interesting article about a  need to reinforce professionalism as a mean to improve safety. Citing a “disturbing number” of events involving nonadherence with standard operating procedures by pilots and air [...]

Shape Up2011-07-26T07:00:35+02:00
29 04, 2011

A vueltas con la Fatiga


Fatiga, el tema de nunca acabar. Para los que todavía sólo tienen en cuentas las horas de vuelo y hacen cálculos “alegres” con respecto a la fatiga en las tripulaciones y se atreven a decir que trabajan menos que una [...]

A vueltas con la Fatiga2011-04-29T10:32:23+02:00
18 04, 2011

Huh, Woa and Phew


It is no any gibberish, just the three words associated with the TEM (Threat and Error Management) process. From aviation safety perpective, Huh? is the most important, because is an identifier of a potential threat  or hazard. The second Woa [...]

Huh, Woa and Phew2011-04-18T07:47:43+02:00