Running head: HUMAN ERROR AND INADEQUATE AVIATION SKILLS RESULTING TOAVIATION ACCIDENTS1Human Error and Inadequate Aviation Skills Resulting to Aviation AccidentsStudents NameInstitutional AffiliationDateHUMAN ERROR AND INADEQUATE AVIATION SKILLS RESULTING TO AVIATIONACCIDENT2AbstractSince the 1950s, there have been many aircraft accidents in the United States of America.The available literature has provided enough evidence that indicates that many accidents whichhave occurred in America have been caused by human negligence, fatigue and bad weatherconditions. Through the investigations that have been conducted by the National Transport andSafety Board, aviation accidents have caused severe injuries and loss of many lives in USA.Therefore, the aviation industry has developed computerized systems to minimize humanservices that involve complicated operations with an aim of reducing human error. This researchreport has reviewed three case studies of aviation accidents and it has also provided the solutionto the main probable causes of the aviation accidents. This study has established that human errorcan be reduced by providing enough skills to crewmembers, reduction of working time for theaviation workers, and technological innovation in the aviation industry.Keywords: Aviation accidents, NTSB, Flight 383 Boeing 767-323 N345AN, Helicopters AS350B3e N390LG, Euro copter AS350-B2 N37SHHUMAN ERROR AND INADEQUATE AVIATION SKILLS RESULTING TO AVIATIO ...
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