Explore systemic thinking to achieve better aviation safety – Focus Sessions

Systemic thinking help us move to accidents/incidents being regarded first and foremost as a failure of the entire system, not a failure of an individual person. We look at the underlying dynamic interactions between people, technologies, and policies. Our guests are Capt. Mary Mukulu Kai, Prof. Graham Braithwaite and Marvin Rangarira. Welcome to Season 4 of the Focus Sessions!

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Good read book tips from this episode:
Capt. Mary Mukulu Kai good read book tip: Things fall apart - by Chinua Achebe
Professor Graham Braithwaite good read book tip: The crash on Mount Erebus, Antarctica of a DC10 aircraft, by the Royal Commission (1981)