April 29, On December 21,the day we transitioned fully into the Aquarian ageI was weighed down with the heaviest energy of my entire life. I blogged about this on Dec 20th,here. If you read the blog post, you can feel the intensity—but the following day, the 21st, was even more intense.
The danger of multitasking and inattentional blindness: This one happened in early Januaryon a cool, clear Los Angeles morning.
The second pilot of N, a Citation jet getting ready to depart out of Van Nuys Airport, arrived at the plane while it was being fueled to load some baggage. The pilot and line person spoke while the pilot loaded bags into the front left baggage compartment. When he finished fueling, the line person informed the pilot that they'd have to tow the aircraft to a different area for startup.
The pilot was seen closing the front baggage door, but he didn't latch it shut.
After the plane was moved, the first pilot arrived, and the line person left to marshal another aircraft from the ramp. When he arrived back at the Citation, he noticed that the crew took an extraordinary amount of time getting ready in the cockpit.
The aircraft eventually taxied out and was cleared for departure. Just as the plane rotated during the takeoff roll, the forward baggage door suddenly popped open.
Witnesses reported that the plane slowed and turned downwind in an apparent effort to return to the airport. Unfortunately, it never made it. Perhaps distracted by the flailing door, or concerned that it might rip off, the pilot slowed the aircraft enough to completely lose control of the aircraft.
It stalled and spun into a residential neighborhood, killing the crew. This event didn't happen to an inexperienced crew.
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The year-old pilot, who was a former airline captain, reported his total flight experience at over 38, hours, and the second pilot had 1, hours of flight time. The Citation is equipped with a warning system that shows when the forward baggage door isn't properly secured, and previous incidents where doors have come open have demonstrated that the Citation can be successfully flown with the door open.
This was a tragic end to a series of events that started with a seemingly simple mistake.
It doesn't matter what you fly. Pilots at all levels land gear-up, take off with baggage doors open, taxi away after startup with a ground power cart still connected, start engines with covers in place, depart with a tow bar attached, take off from taxiways, forget to replace a fuel cap and a host of other mistakes too numerous to list.
Most of these events start with a simple mistake, and there are often multiple warnings that something is wrong, yet even experienced pilots miss all the clues. Sometimes, the results are inconsequential, but most of the time, the results are very expensive and sometimes fatal.
These kinds of mistakes caused by acts of omission—simply forgetting or missing something—are particularly insidious. Under the right set of circumstances, the human brain operates in a way so that these kinds of mistakes are very easy to make and sometimes nearly impossible to catch.
Let's take a look at how we process information and what conditions are the most likely to set us up for potentially catastrophic acts of omission. Recent studies show the human brain is simply not good at processing multiple tasks at one time.
The Danger Of Multitasking As pilots, most of us pride ourselves on our ability to handle multiple tasks at once. We're trained to aviate, navigate and communicate all at the same time during normal operations.Breaking the Mishap Chain | NASA e-book.
Break the Chain of Infection Download the Break the Chain of Infection infographic. There are many different germs and infections inside and outside of the healthcare setting.
Breaking the chain (or novus actus interveniens, literally new act intervening) refers in English law to the idea that causal connections are deemed to finish. Even if the defendant can be shown to have acted negligently, there will be no liability if some new intervening act breaks the chain of causation between that negligence and the loss or .
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