The expected benefits of this study are wildly extensive
The expected benefits of this study are wildly extensive. Harnessing the growing body of human behaviours’ awareness will boost the performance of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to minimise the number of incidents by diminishing human error and refining worker skills, through trainings and programs, and other personnel to avoid accidents related with other causes. If the findings of this study are thoroughly understood and followed, the changes in the way organisations handle design, training, adhere to policies and procedures will most likely improve.
The aims of this project are to successfully investigate the accident of British Airways BAC- One Eleven G-BJRT over Didcot, Oxfordshire in 1990. In over a decade, technologies have and will, inevitably, continue to improve and evolve so the question of whether the investigation report, completed by Mr D F King – an Inspector of air accidents, on the accident of the BAC-One Eleven G-BJRT was the best they could have concluded or if all aspects were covered and thoroughly examined so if it were to happen in this day of age, how different would circumstances be and severity of its impact – is the main reason why this study is conducted. Furthermore, this study aims to understand human behaviours contribution in air accidents and its effects on safety performance.