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Air Show Performers: Safety, Risk Management, and Psychological Factors

 Air Show Performers: Safety, Risk Management, and Psychological Factors

Air Show Performers: Safety, Risk Management, and Psychological Factors

$15.00

(Transportation Human Factors)

Manolis Karachalios, Daniel Kwasi Adjekum

ISBNs: B0CLPY4HTC, 1032556145, 9781032556147, 9781032557144, 9781003431879, 9781032626147, 978-1032556147, 978-1032557144, 978-1003431879, 978-1032626147

English | 2024 | PDF | 246 Pages

Air shows are high-risk activities that must be conducted with careful thought towards the general public, spectators, and flying and nonflying participants to ensure that the activity is as safe as reasonably possible. The impromptu, ad hoc, unrehearsed or unplanned must never be attempted. This book offers a holistic overview of the state of safety, including safety cultural variables, safety risk parameters, and human performance factors, in the international air show community.

This book aims to close the knowledge gap on safety management in air shows. It imparts to the aviation sector and other high-risk and high-performance industries the experience and knowledge that airshow performers have gained regarding risk assessment, psychological aspects, and mindfulness techniques used for safe and effective performances. The book highlights how resilient safety culture can change the air show community's mentality to deliver safer and more spectacular air show events and promotes the culture of excellence that the air show community is wedded to. The reader will obtain a thorough understanding of safety issues in air shows.

Air Show Performers: Safety, Risk Management, and Psychological Factors is a critical read for professionals within the international air show community including nonflying participants. Its appeal extends to practitioners in aviation, health and safety and events management.