Modeling in the Aviation Environment Discussion
Accident causation models have been around since the late 1800s. They helped identify hazards and explain the nature of accidents.
Based on your readings and this ebook retrieved from the Hunt Library, Human Factors Models for Aviation Accident Analysis and Prevention, (Links to an external site.)
- Review a model from the past or one that is used now and explain the theory of it.
- Provide reasons for causation models (past and present) and their application to Human Factors.
- Determine whether causation theories have made humans and/or organizations better at being proactive or predictive in accident prevention and in accident investigation.
You are required to include at least one internal source (module material) and at least one external source. You will be unable to view your classmates’ posts until after your initial post has been made. You are responsible for your initial post of at least 100 words as well as two replies (minimum). Your replies to your peers must contain more than a simple agreement with the information that they summarized. Refer to the rubric for grading information.