Maintenance Leaders Can Overlook Invisible Hazards

Aviation's “Dirty Dozen” pinpoints the 12 most common root causes of human error in maintenance, but new human-performance research indicates several of these 12 are linked by one underlying problem: something psychologist Kaye Baron calls “mental debris.” Fatigue, stress, distraction, communication...

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