History of Aviation Safety
When an aircraft accident occurs, thorough investigations are conducted to identify the root cause. Lessons learned from past accidents have been employed to prevent similar accidents in the future and reduce the risk of damage. Aviation safety has improved through technological advances, enhancement of skills through training, research on the human factor, and other ceaseless initiatives by the entire airline industry. The aircraft accident rate per 1 million flights in 2015 was 0.32, around 1/50 lower than the rate in 1959 (according to IATA Report). To further improve the aircraft accident rate, it is important to build a firm safety culture in the organization.
- Technological Advances
- Aircraft safety is continuously improving through technological advances to operate aircraft safely.
- Enhancement of Skills through Training
- In recent years, the enhancement of non-technical skills such as communication skills has become an important factor in training, as well as technical skills.
- Research on Human Factor
- We strive to conduct objective and scientific analysis on daily operations to reduce human error and further improve operational quality.
- Organizational Era
- In the strong and protective modern day system, focus is centered on measures to deal with organizational factors that weaken protective barriers. Special attention is paid to the safety culture of the organization.