Aviation psychology and the chain of safety

We are looking forward to the 30th EAAP conference (24-28 September, Sardinia, Italy), where we will be displaying a range of aviation psychology books. Luigi Fort will be manning the Ashgate stand.

One of our recent books in this field is Mechanisms in the Chain of Safety: Research and Operational Experiences in Aviation Psychology, which is edited by Alex de Voogt and Teresa D’Oliveira.

The book had considerable support from EAAP. It presents recent findings in aviation psychology on input, coping and control mechanisms to improve the chain of safety. It examines individual components in the chain while also demonstrating that understanding the interrelation between the various components is essential for future development.

The RoSPA Occupational Safety and Health Journal recently carried this extensive review.

More about Mechanisms in the Chain of Safety: Research and Operational Experiences in Aviation Psychology

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