«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 — the pilot, maintenance technician, dispatcher, etc. — cannot be discounted. 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 highlights «the need to notice hazards can evade identification when not clearly perceived»

 

** «The Need to Notice…»
      Thomas Anthony & Chris Nutter
      FSF/ AeroSafetyWorld / September 2011