A survey of pilots on the dissemination of safety information

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U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service , Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Air pilots -- United States -- Attitudes., Air pilots -- In-service training -- United States., Aeronautics -- United States -- Safety meas
StatementLori Rakovan ... [et al.].
SeriesDOT/FAA/AM -- 99/7., DOT/FAA-AM -- 99/7.
ContributionsRakovan, Lori., United States. Office of Aviation Medicine.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 24, 10, 31 p.
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Open LibraryOL15542685M

Title: A survey of pilots on the dissemination of safety information Author: Rakovan, L., Wiggins, M.W., Jensen, R.S., and Hunter, D.R. Keywords. A survey was conducted to obtain information from the pilot population on erections of safety-related training currently being offered, its usefulness, and the process through which it might be.

DISSEMINATION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION Introduction Whilst LSHTM has many documents and procedures in place to help safeguard the health, safety and wellbeing of all those affected by our undertaking, these are worthless unless the information contained within them is passed to those who are affected by them.

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The researcher will first define a pilot study and state the value thereof following the introduction to clarify what a pilot study really is and why it is needed in the research process. DEFINITION OF A PILOT STUDY A pilot study is a mini-version of a full-scale study or a. 24 APPENDIX A Survey Questionnaire ACRP Synthesis S Safety Management and Security Practices for General Aviation Airports The attached survey has been developed to assist with the completion of a Transportation Research Board Report on Safety Management and Security Practices for General Aviation Airports.

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Pilot Studies • Overarching Goal: Keep the Next Study in Mind • Pilot study aims and methods should align with the goals of the subsequent study • Aims of a pilot can range from evaluating feasibility of the protocol to investigating potential mechanisms of efficacy for a new intervention.

RESEARCH DESIGN:Purpose of the Study, Steps in Conducting a Survey ; SURVEY RESEARCH:CHOOSING A COMMUNICATION MEDIA PILOT TESTING OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE:Discovering errors in the instrument REFERENCING:Book by a single author, Edited book, Doctoral Dissertation.

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The questionnaire consisted of six safety factors, each with.

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Category 2 - Research involving the use of educational tests, survey procedures, interview procedures, or observation of public behavior, unless: (a) information obtained is recorded in such a manner that the human subjects can be identified, directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects; and (b) any disclosure of the human subjects.

SDI (Selective Dissemination of Information) SDI is a personal current awareness service providing researchers with the latest publications on a specified research topic. Once a search profile is created and saved, relevant information will be sent to the researcher automatically whenever the selected databases are updated.

survey was to better understand the need for, and potential benefits from, better analytical methods and tools, as well as to identify opportunities to improve the dissemination of information about existing analytical methods and tools.

The survey addressed (a) flight safety management processes, (b) safety-related data, and. qualitative and quantitative survey data was performed by using chi-square and 1-way analysis of variance, respectively, and a P value of Dissemination Your Findings Page.

The dissemination of new research knowledge, or knowledge transfer, has traditionally been facilitated by oral, poster and workshop presentations. Oral presentations generally consist of detailed information presented in a didactic format.

Poster presentations provide the viewer with a 'snap shot' of the topic of interest.safety risks derived from aggregate analyses of existing information held in databases and prospective data collections.

Conventional wisdom regarding a proactive aviation safety program includemanagement s data inputs such as near-miss events, voluntary safety reporting, and flight data monitoring that can.A phone survey by Mass Communication Department interns from Bloomsburg University found two-thirds of the stations reporting that they used between three-quarters and all of the radio actualities the service sent.

For a shorter-term approach to information dissemination through the mass media, consider some of the findings on health.