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Following the success of the recent Human Factors in Aviation Safety event, there will be a number of Aviation sessions at EHF2016.

K_Sharp_cv 150These are kindly sponsored by K Sharp. K Sharp provides strategic and applied user centred research, systems engineering, systems integration capabilities and consultancy services.

Tuesday April 19th

A Human Performance Standard of Excellence for the Air Traffic IndustryBarry Kirwan, Eurocontrol
Exploring Changes in Pilot Behaviour during Distributed CrewingKirsten Revell, University of Southampton
Learning From Experience - The Human Element of Aircraft AccidentsRoss Priday, Royal Air Force
Passengers' Requirements for developing a Passenger-Centred Infrastructure to Enhance Travel Experiences at AirportsGenovefa Kefalidou, The University of Nottingham
Pilots' Scan-path and Attention Shifts during Tactical ManoeuvresWen Chin-Li, Cranfield University
The Air Traffic KludgeHugh David, R&D Hastings
A Focus on Human Factors in Operational Safety for Airport OperationsJanette Edmonds, The Keil Centre

Wednesday April 20th

Eliminating CFIT and loss of control from commercial air operations: the problems and the solutionsDonough Wilson, VIVID/futureVision, Coventry University TechnoCentre
The development and testing of a semi-automated Hierarchical Task Analysis processKatherine Plant, University of Southampton
Distributed Situation AwarenessNeville Stanton, University of Southampton
Association of sleep deprivation with speech volume and pitchAlfred Roelen, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Leading Safety Culture from the Top - Eight CEO Safety Culture JourneysBarry Kirwan, Eurocontrol

A number of presentations from the Human Factors in Aviation Safety event in November were recorded and are now available to but for just £4.95 +VAT from the CIEHF online shop.

Comments from the Human Factors in Aviation Safety event

I can safely say this was one of the best conferences I have been to in a number of years. DM, Aerospace & Airworthiness Consultancy Enterprises Ltd

Interesting and relevant topics. JM, Ministry of Defence

Wide variety of topics that were well grouped into themes and the broad areas of discipline that the delegates came from. KJ, Civil Aviation Authority

Many relevant speakers. Good variety of topics. RP, Thomas Cook Airlines

The atmosphere was friendly and inclusive. GR, QinetiQ

Good mix of academia, industry and end users. Good venue, great price! FC, BAe Systems

Good range of topics covered, good mix of delegates from industry & academia. TH, Atkins Global

Very good conference, good range of topics. PH, Health Psychology Ireland

Very friendly, supportive, and professional atmosphere. It was nice seeing more industry led presentations. KP, University of Southampton

I really enjoyed the different perspectives provide across the different domains. GL, Human in the System

Date & place

19 - 21 April 2016
Staverton Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire

Organised by

Join delegates from:

Airbus
BP
NATS
Institute of Occupational Medicine
Thales
Royal Air Force
Health and Safety Executive
QinetiQ
Office of Rail and Road
DSTL
Rail Safety and Standards Board
Greenstreet Berman
The Keil Centre
DCA Design
and many more