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... 1 Executive Summary At the request of Congress, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has initiated a series of reports that this project will produce. Over a 10-year period, the project aims to review and advise on data and methods for identifying emerging hazards1 in the evolving U.S.
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... 2 EMERGING HAZARDS IN COMMERCIAL AVIATION -- REPORT 1 Chapter 2 of this report develops a conceptual framework describing how safety is monitored in complex systems such as aviation, in which accidents often involve multiple failures and dysfunctional interactions. This framework starts by recognizing that systematic processes must be employed to identify, characterize, and handle hazards.
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... EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 to use this characterization to make better use of data. The committee was briefed on several studies applying these types of methods.
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... 4 EMERGING HAZARDS IN COMMERCIAL AVIATION -- REPORT 1 required the FAA Aviation Safety office to conduct following the two accidents involving Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in Indonesia and Ethiopia. FAA progress on this front is briefly described in Chapter 3, but the first safety culture survey will not be finished until later this year.

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