These four levels utilized as a part of HFACS groups describe the human error

These four levels utilized as a part of hfacs groups

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influences, unsafe supervision, preconditions for unsafe acts and finally the unsafe act itself. These four levels utilized as a part of HFACS groups describe the human error in the aviation field and can be utilized to recognize errors that as of now exists and relieve those errors keeping in mind the end goal to maintain a strategic distance from an occurrence or mischance from happening.
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Question 3 25 pts List and explain some of the needed elements for creating a proactive “safety culture” with regards to developing various safety reporting systems and reports. Differentiate some of the safety reports in terms of categories. A voluntary safety reporting program is a proactive process and related arrangements for collecting information about safety concerns, issues and hazards. The objective of the voluntary safety reporting program is to encourage employees to contribute their knowledge of possible hazards that could trigger an aviation accident by supplying the information they know to their employers while at the same time facilitate the collection of information on actual or potential safety deficiencies thus contributing to the identification and implementation of safety improvement measures. The other is, an involuntary safety reporting program, also called a
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