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Commercial aviation safety [electronic resource] / Clarence Rodrigues, Stephen K. Cusick.

Por: Rodrigues, Clarence C [].
Colaborador(es): Cusick, Stephen K [] | Wells, Alexander T. Commercial aviation safety [].
Tipo de material: TextoTextoEditor: New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC., c2012Edición: 5th edition.Descripción: xviii, 363 p. : ill., figs., tables.ISBN: 9780071763059 (print ISBN); 0071763058 (print ISBN).Tema(s): Aeronautics -- United States -- Safety measures | Aeronautics, Commercial -- United States -- Safety measures | TRANSPORTATION / Aviation / GeneralClasificación CDD: 363.12/40973 Otra clasificación: TRA002000 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea Also issued in online version.
Contenidos:
A. About the authors -- B. Preface -- Features of the new fifth edition -- C. Acknowledgments -- 1. The regulatory framework -- Learning objectives -- The international civil aviation organization (icao) -- The federal aviation administration (faa) -- The environmental protection agency (epa) -- Occupational safety and health administration (osha) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 2. Regulatory organization and rulemaking -- Learning objectives -- Icao organization and rulemaking -- Faa organization and rulemaking -- Osha organization structure and rulemaking -- Epa organization structure and rulemaking -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 3. The national transportation safety board -- Learning objectives -- International accident investigation -- National transportation safety board -- Accident investigation process -- Safety recommendations -- Ntsb accident databases -- Ntsb most wanted aviation safety improvements -- Ntsb seven most wanted list items (june 2011) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 4. Recording and reporting of safety data -- Learning objectives -- Accidents -- Incidents -- Incident reporting systems -- Aviation recording and reporting systems -- General industry (osha) recording and reporting systems -- Environmental (epa) recording and reporting -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 5. Review of safety statistics -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Aviation accident statistics -- Occupational accident statistics—department of labor, bureau of labor statistics (bls) (www.bls.gov/iif/) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 6. Accident causation models -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Reason's "swiss cheese" model -- The shell model -- The 5-m model -- Conclusion -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 7. Human factors in aviation safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Human factors -- The human factors analysis and classification system (hfacs) (www.hfacs.com) -- Management of human error -- Control strategies to manage threats and errors -- Conclusion -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References.
8. Air traffic safety systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Basic components of the atc system -- Operational planning improvements -- The next generation air transportation system (nextgen) (www.faa.gov/) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 9. Aircraft safety systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Jet engine development -- Long-range commercial jet transport era -- Safety design for atmospheric conditions -- Flight deck human--machine interface -- Early cockpit development -- Flight procedures---takeoff, approach, and landing -- Modeling, design, and testing tools -- Future aircraft technologies -- Next generation flight operations -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 10. Airport safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Airport certification -- Operational safety -- Runway incursions -- Conclusions -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 11. Aviation security -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Review of attacks on civil aviation -- The regulatory movement -- Transportation security administration -- Role of intelligence -- Review of security technologies -- Conclusions -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 12. Airline safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- International development of airline sms -- The icao sms framework of safety components and program elements—the four pillars -- Development of airline sms in the united states -- Accident investigation and auditing -- Communications -- Training -- Role of alpa in airline safety -- Flight safety foundation -- Sms infrastructure at a major u.s. Airline -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 13. Aviation safety management systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- The evolution of sms principles -- The fundamental components of sms—the four pillars -- Safety risk management explained -- Safety assurance explained -- The future of sms in aviation -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References.
Resumen: "Presenting current practice and procedures from all major air traffic and regulatory agencies, this book covers the entire commercial aviation safety system--from human safety to accident investigation. Commercial aviation safety, fifth edition greatly expands the focus of the fourth edition to include the international and safety management systems (SMS) knowledge required by today?s aviation safety professional. Most aviation safety-related texts cover only issues related to the FAA and NTSB. However, as a practicing professional in the aviation field, one must also be knowledgeable about ICAO, SMS, OSHA, and EPA. This book delivers on this need. Offering a comprehensive analysis on the entire aviation safety system, this authoritative guide provides a broad understanding of aviation safety for students entering the field, and serves as a handy reference for the practicing aviation safety professional. Commercial aviation safety, fifth edition: now includes International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations provides organization and rule-making process of all four relevant regulatory agencies in one place; contains expanded accident causation models Features new research on human factors in aviation safety offers new information on air traffic control and aircraft safety systems Includes updated airport and airline safety information; contains a new chapter on Safety Management Systems (SMS); provides knowledge on hot-button safety topics like runway incursions and security student learning features: chapter outlines with each major topic covered chapter objectives after the outline Heavily illustrated with tables, figures, and exhibits Key terms--each chapter ends with a listing of key terms used in the text review questions at the end of each chapter cover all the important points. A listing of suggested readings included after each chapter ".
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Rev. ed. of: Commercial aviation safety / Alexander T. Wells. 2003.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

A. About the authors -- B. Preface -- Features of the new fifth edition -- C. Acknowledgments -- 1. The regulatory framework -- Learning objectives -- The international civil aviation organization (icao) -- The federal aviation administration (faa) -- The environmental protection agency (epa) -- Occupational safety and health administration (osha) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 2. Regulatory organization and rulemaking -- Learning objectives -- Icao organization and rulemaking -- Faa organization and rulemaking -- Osha organization structure and rulemaking -- Epa organization structure and rulemaking -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 3. The national transportation safety board -- Learning objectives -- International accident investigation -- National transportation safety board -- Accident investigation process -- Safety recommendations -- Ntsb accident databases -- Ntsb most wanted aviation safety improvements -- Ntsb seven most wanted list items (june 2011) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 4. Recording and reporting of safety data -- Learning objectives -- Accidents -- Incidents -- Incident reporting systems -- Aviation recording and reporting systems -- General industry (osha) recording and reporting systems -- Environmental (epa) recording and reporting -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 5. Review of safety statistics -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Aviation accident statistics -- Occupational accident statistics—department of labor, bureau of labor statistics (bls) (www.bls.gov/iif/) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 6. Accident causation models -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Reason's "swiss cheese" model -- The shell model -- The 5-m model -- Conclusion -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 7. Human factors in aviation safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Human factors -- The human factors analysis and classification system (hfacs) (www.hfacs.com) -- Management of human error -- Control strategies to manage threats and errors -- Conclusion -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References.

8. Air traffic safety systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Basic components of the atc system -- Operational planning improvements -- The next generation air transportation system (nextgen) (www.faa.gov/) -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 9. Aircraft safety systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Jet engine development -- Long-range commercial jet transport era -- Safety design for atmospheric conditions -- Flight deck human--machine interface -- Early cockpit development -- Flight procedures---takeoff, approach, and landing -- Modeling, design, and testing tools -- Future aircraft technologies -- Next generation flight operations -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 10. Airport safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Airport certification -- Operational safety -- Runway incursions -- Conclusions -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 11. Aviation security -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- Review of attacks on civil aviation -- The regulatory movement -- Transportation security administration -- Role of intelligence -- Review of security technologies -- Conclusions -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 12. Airline safety -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- International development of airline sms -- The icao sms framework of safety components and program elements—the four pillars -- Development of airline sms in the united states -- Accident investigation and auditing -- Communications -- Training -- Role of alpa in airline safety -- Flight safety foundation -- Sms infrastructure at a major u.s. Airline -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References -- 13. Aviation safety management systems -- Learning objectives -- Introduction -- The evolution of sms principles -- The fundamental components of sms—the four pillars -- Safety risk management explained -- Safety assurance explained -- The future of sms in aviation -- Key terms -- Review questions -- References.

"Presenting current practice and procedures from all major air traffic and regulatory agencies, this book covers the entire commercial aviation safety system--from human safety to accident investigation. Commercial aviation safety, fifth edition greatly expands the focus of the fourth edition to include the international and safety management systems (SMS) knowledge required by today?s aviation safety professional. Most aviation safety-related texts cover only issues related to the FAA and NTSB. However, as a practicing professional in the aviation field, one must also be knowledgeable about ICAO, SMS, OSHA, and EPA. This book delivers on this need. Offering a comprehensive analysis on the entire aviation safety system, this authoritative guide provides a broad understanding of aviation safety for students entering the field, and serves as a handy reference for the practicing aviation safety professional. Commercial aviation safety, fifth edition: now includes International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations provides organization and rule-making process of all four relevant regulatory agencies in one place; contains expanded accident causation models Features new research on human factors in aviation safety offers new information on air traffic control and aircraft safety systems Includes updated airport and airline safety information; contains a new chapter on Safety Management Systems (SMS); provides knowledge on hot-button safety topics like runway incursions and security student learning features: chapter outlines with each major topic covered chapter objectives after the outline Heavily illustrated with tables, figures, and exhibits Key terms--each chapter ends with a listing of key terms used in the text review questions at the end of each chapter cover all the important points. A listing of suggested readings included after each chapter ".

Also issued in online version.

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