International Cooperation and Mobility
Department of Transport Planning
Study level: BSc/MSc
Course code: 74195
Available in 2022/23: Yes
The course is devised to provide knowledge and understanding of Aviation traffic injury risks and human factors in Aviation safety. It consists of the following topics: human factors, human performance, human error, prevention of Aviation accidents and health promotion in the transport sector, Protection of the most vulnerable groups, including the elderly and children; Personal risk factors, Risk of injuries, Human behaviour during fire and other kind of emergencies at sky, Effects of environmental factors and atmospheric particles on human health, The most frequently travellers’ diseases, Telemedicine.This digest focuses on human factor issues pertaining to Aviation with the aim of articulating mainly to the fraternity and to the larger aviation community the way forward for human factors vis-a-vis automation in Aviation; Human Factors within Systems are introduced, whilst demonstrating how human performance and safety could be compromised due to inherent limitations in humans.
Learning outcomes will result in students’ perception of Aviation transport and human performance in systems, procedures, equipment in use, and they will also be able to: