FAA Aviation Mx Human Factors Quarterly, March 2020

Together Through COVID-19

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A heartfelt note to our readers. Congratulations Dr. Johnson!

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Dr.
Bill Johnson was awarded the FAA Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award Aviation Maintenance Human Factors Training - A Historical Perspective Dr. Bill Johnson

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Describes how HF training programs have moved from early emphasis on human limitations, towards a newer focus on organization-wide factors that affect human performance. Attitude is Key to Aviation Safety P.S. Ganapathy

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Underscores the importance of safe attitudes in the workplace, and provides tips to convert hazardous attitudes into safe attitudes. How to Restore Attention to Detail in Safety-Critical Businesses Dr. Marc Szepan

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The “CARE Checklist” - aiding business leaders with restoring attention to detail in safetycritical operations. Interpersonal Trust is Important in Aviation Maintenance Practice – But How Important? Dr. Anna V. Chatzi

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Explores the theory behind how trust can impact job satisfaction and productivity, and offers suggestions for maintaining high trust in the workplace.

https://www.faa.gov/about/initiatives/maintenance_hf/fatigue/publications/media/ Aviation-Mx-HF-Newsletter-March-2020.pdf

 

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