Aircraft have become more and more reliable as a result of technological advances and increasing system redundancy. The main cause of accidents in modern aviation therefore is a result of human failure at some point in the system.
How can we develop further?
In aviation, human error has been identified as a significant causal factor, resulting in numerous studies into human factors. These investigations all had the goal of reducing accident rates and have resulted in flying remaining the safest form of transportation.
The detailed studies and teachings from the aviation industry offer insights applicable to many other industries. For example, emergency medical practitioners and doctors have adopted similar courses, as human error will always exist.
Business managers have a huge responsibility for both their companies and their employees. This course can assist in learning invaluable strategies to identify and trap errors, avoid costly mistakes, and prevent accidents.
The skills taught in this course also have relevance to our private lives, and our ability to deal with daily challenges in an evolving world, particularly where technology and humans interact.