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Title: A shelf - swiss cheese model for aviation safety
Authors: Tong, PC
Chau, HT
Wong, TT
Keywords: Aviation safety
Human factors
SHELL model
Swiss cheese model
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: International Society of Science and Applied Technologies
Source: Proceedings - 21st ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design, 6-8 August 2015, p. 119-123 How to cite?
Abstract: Aircraft accidents and incidents are a result of combined issues in different aspect. Human errors have greater potential than the technical failure to adversely affect aviation safety. In order to have a better understanding on how the human factors relate to each other and cause the accident/ incident, the SHELF- Swiss Cheese Model was developed. This new model is developed based on SHELL model and Swiss-Cheese model to provide a clearer inter-relationship between issues in different aspects behind the aircraft accident/incident, which would alert different parties and enhance aviation safety. In this paper, the outline of the new model will be discussed and through 2 case studies, the model will be demonstrated.
ISBN: 9780991057627
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