Archive for the ‘Human Factors’ Category

Convergent Launches Innovative New Fatigue Risk Management Program – Targets Business and Charter Aviation

December 10, 2014, Tony Kern, Ed.D
Tony Kern, Ed.D

Business and charter aviation have a new option for Fatigue Risk Management. Convergent Performance has released Fit 4 Duty™, an…

Global and Convergent Performance Offer Aviation Maintenance Never Events (AMNE) Program to Qualified Customers

November 7, 2014, Tony Kern, Ed.D
Tony Kern, Ed.D

Global is proud to offer this valuable safety training benefit, as well as many other services from our SM4 Partners….

BOOK REVIEW – Automation Airmanship: Nine Principles for Operating Glass Cockpit Aircraft

August 28, 2013, Richard Keltner
Richard Keltner

Don’t miss our latest book review! Automation Airmanship: Nine Principles for Operating Glass Cockpit Aircraft by: Christopher J. Lutat and…

A Pilgrim’s Encounter with Just Culture

September 26, 2012, Richard Keltner
Richard Keltner

This is a post for my friends and colleagues in the aviation and safety world. On Tuesday morning I was…

The Science of Learning to Read One’s Own Performance…

May 31, 2012, Tony Kern, Ed.D
Tony Kern, Ed.D

Dr. Tony Kern’s recent BLOG post focuses on: The new science of learning to read one’s own performance, devoid of…

Going Pro Executive Retreat

April 19, 2012, Richard Keltner
Richard Keltner

It seems that hardly a week goes by without another big story about unprofessional behavior (GSA, Secret Service, etc.). Isn’t…

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