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Enhancing safety in the 21st century
proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 52nd annual FSF International Air Safety Seminar (IASS), 29th IFA International Conference and IATA, November 8-11, 1999, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Published 1999 by Flight Safety Foundation in Alexandria, Va .
Written in English.

About the Book

Conference proceedings featuring presentations on safety issues of interest to the aviation community.

Table of Contents

Aviation safety, 1999: the year in review
Session I: Safety initiatives
FSF CFIT/ALAR Action Group status report
Modeling risk with the Flight Operations Risk Assessment System (FORAS)
Practical tool to enhance safety in Latin American (PAAST)
Commercial aviation safety team (CAST)
JAA safety strategy initiative (JSSI)
Status of FAA stabilized approach program
US Airways RNAV/VNAV initiative
GPS/FMS/RNAV: an operational necessity toward safety
Session II: Safety management
Brazilian safety management in the '90s, an overview
A decade of change in aviation safety regulation has prepared New Zealand for the 21st century
Developing a hazard model for an aviation safety case
FOQA: aviation's most important safety tool
Safety in regional aviation: Embraer contribution
Disruptive airline passenger behaviour
Session III: Maintenance issues
Maintenance: how much is too much?
Safety through effective powerplant maintenance
The advantages of transferring safety/reliability enhancing ETOPS experience to all operations
Human resource challenges
Session IV: Human-error management
On a minimum error rate in complex technological systems
A view from the outer marker: have the rules gone too far?
Human error and aviation safety manmagement
Human error management: an evolving view from flight test to operations
Enhancing safety through error management
Session V: Flight-crew challenges
Erroneous flight instrument information
A new approach to cockpit and cabin fire safety
Analysis of different types of work journeys, according to crew members' subjective assessment
Enhancing safety of ATC communications in oceanic airspace
Is it safe enough? Filling the gaps in human factors certification of flight management systems (FMS)
Additional papers
The use of vertical navigation for non-precision instrument approaches
FOQA programs for the next millennium
Situational awareness in glass cockpits.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.
Title from title screen.
Also issued in paper.
System requirements for Windows: 386, 486, or Pentium PC; 4MB RAM; Windows 3.1, 95, or NT 3.5; CD-ROM drive.
System requirements for Macintosh: 68020 processor or greater, or PowerPC; 2MB RAM (3.5MB RAM for PowerPC); System 7.0 or greater; CD-ROM drive.

Genre
Congresses.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
363.12
Library of Congress
TL553.5

The Physical Object

Format
Electronic resource
Pagination
1 CD-ROM

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3549697M
LC Control Number
2001561350
OCLC/WorldCat
48469686

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