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An Research Into The Reactive Safety Action Program for Promoting Aviation Safety Culture
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An Research Into The Reactive Safety Action Program for Promoting Aviation Safety Culture
Kim, Dae Ho;
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 Abstract
Objective: The objective of this research is to inquire about safety information from the standpoint of its usefulness to suggest the significance of the Reactive Safety Action Program, which serves to promote aviation safety culture. Background: Safety information plays an important role in operating safety programs. Each organization learns lessons from safety information collected from aviation accidents and incidents. When an accident occurs, it is only through safety investigation and a close inquiry on the cause that we can come up with an appropriate countermeasure which would contribute to preventing the recurrence of the same or similar accident. However, the usefulness of safety information produced from unsatisfactory safety investigation is insufficient. Method: This research analyzed the characteristics of aviation accidents, the differences between safety investigations and legal accident investigations in systematic and operative perspectives, and safety culture as a measure to activate reporting systems (compulsory/voluntary). Results: This research defined the investigation scope and processes of safety investigations and legal accident investigations. It also suggested factors such as just culture based on trust, non-punitiveness, confidentiality, the participation of the entire staff through the use of inclusive reporting base, ensuring the independence of the operating organization as a way to promote safety through reporting systems. Conclusion: The organization`s effort is the important aspect in obtaining exact and accurate safety information from accidents/incidents. The separate running of SIB (Safety Investigation Board) and AIB (Accident Investigation Board), the systematization of safety information reporting system, and prescribing (legislating) the composition of related organizations are some representative programs. Application: This research inquired experiences that contributed in promoting aviation safety culture in a reactive perspective, and will serve a role in spreading safety culture by enabling the use of application experiences of the aviation field in other domains.
 Keywords
Reactive action safety program;Aviation safety culture;Safety investigation;Compulsory reporting system;Voluntary reporting system;
 Language
English
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