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Strengthening synergies between Aviation and maritime in the area of human Factors towards achieving more Efficient and resilient MODE of transportation


Project Management Plan

This deliverable will include the detailed work plan and the description of the project management processes including Data Management and Quality Assurance.

Risk framework (methodology) for the development of different safety models incorporating Human Factors in both transport modes

The framework will be barrier-based and allow the key defences to be described in each transport modality, allowing aviation and maritime incidents to be understood and modelled.

Social, Ethical, Legal, Privacy issues identification and monitoring (initial)

This deliverable will identify the guidelines for the project ethics and the required documentations.

Risk models of major accident types in both domains

For the major classifications of incidents identified in WP2, like Runway Excursion, Wake Encounter, Mid Air Collision, Controlled flight into terrain, Ship Collision, Grounding, Fire on Board Vessel, etc., and for which data exist, models will be deployed that describe the major incidents in each transport domain.

Design of the SHIELD Open Data Repository

Analysis of the needs of the end-users of the SHIELD Open Data Repository for risk analysis and design. Design of the database, describing the database objectives, the types of data to be stored, the relationships between the data elements, and the logical structure of the database.

Project Management Plan - second release

Second release of the PMP, including the detailed work plan and the description of the project management processes including Data Management and Quality Assurance.

Stakeholder analysis and Identification of policy recommendation

Stakeholders analysis, Identification of policy recommendation, and definition of actions.

Project logo, leaflets and posters

Design of the project visual identify.

SHIELD human factors taxonomy for risk analysis

This report will detail the SHIELD human factors taxonomy, which presents the logical framework to describe human performance in safety-relevant tasks and the influence of contextual conditions. It will also include: (i) the gap analysis of existing taxonomies and data sources with respect to the needs for effective HF feedback to design for the various layers in the Human Factors Iceberg; (ii) Description of the use of the taxonomy for aviation and maritime operations.

HURID Use Cases and HURID First Release

Definition of typical use cases, i.e. description of how HURID can be used by system/operations designers, safety assessors, or regulators to inform their decisions. The HURID Use Cases address all the SAFEMODE target users, e.g. designers, safety assessors, operation managers, regulators.

Dissemination strategy

Key elements include: identification of target audiences; specification of channels for connecting with audiences (events and media platforms); cross-integration of dissemination output (print, electronic and face-to-face).

Project website

Design and development of the project website.

Open Research Data Pilot

Open access to research data - to be completed

Project social media interfaces

Set up of the social media for SAFEMODE.


New approaches for assessing the activities of operators of complex technical systems

Author(s): L.S. Kuravsky, G.A. Yuryev, V.I. Zlatomrezhev
Published in: Experimental Psychology (Russia), 12/4, 2019, Page(s) 27-49, ISSN 2072-7593
Publisher: Experimental Psychology (Russia)
DOI: 10.17759/exppsy.2019120403