Language as a Factor in Aviation Accidents and Serious Incidents: A Handbook for Accident Investigators
In an increasingly multicultural and multilingual aviation industry, it is important that accident investigators understand the complex role of language in maintaining safe operations. This Handbook supports investigators to systematically identify and consider possible language factors in aviation accidents and serious incidents.
Language as a Factor in Aviation Safety
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Language; Human Factors; ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements
Aviation Safety and Security | Human Factors Psychology | International and Intercultural Communication | Language Interpretation and Translation
Scholarly Commons Citation
Mathews, Elizabeth; Brickhouse, Anthony T.; Carson, Joan Ph.D.; and Valdes, Enrique "Rick", "Language as a Factor in Aviation Accidents and Serious Incidents: A Handbook for Accident Investigators" (2019). Handbooks. 1.
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All accident information contained in this Handbook is based on official accident investigation reports, published on the Flight Safety Foundation’s Aviation Safety Network Database, unless otherwise noted. https://aviation-safety.net