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MISHAP

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An early system on the IBM 1130.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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But I called up all my resolution, set my teeth, and hobbled back and forth from galley to cabin and cabin to galley without further mishap.
Overall, our goal should beto find a better means of storing and sharing safety information needed so that old mishaps are not forgotten and repeated.
The study, Business Traveler Study 2014: The Cost of Mishaps, sponsored by AIG Travel and Travel Guard, surveyed more than 500 business travelers who had traveled and experienced at least one travel mishap while on a business trip in the past year.
Worst Mishaps Cost Travelers an Average of $1,475, 2 Days of Missed Work
As I write this piece, we are currently at 15 Class A mishaps with one quarter remaining in FY14.
The Indian navy is grappling with series of mishaps in their submarines and warships.
AMHRS uses the DoD Human Factors and Analysis Classification System (HFACS), an enhanced method of analyzing, tracking and trending the human element in mishaps.
Johnson said the award recognizes the importance transparency and communications plays in reducing mishaps.
Teaching safety skills and instructing aspiring and advanced pilots how to spot and avoid possible hazards have been the priority since the mid-1990s, when the Navy's Operational Risk Management (ORM) program was created to gain control of potential or actual mishaps.
Prevents mishaps and preserves combat readiness by developing, implementing, executing and evaluating Air Force aviation, ground, weapons, nuclear surety, space and system programs.
The rate of mishaps related to a pilot's poor decision-making dropped 71 per cent between 1983 and 2002.
We would like to hear from you if you want/need training in how to report mishaps, how to maintain your mishap records, or how and when to use the OSHA 300 Log to record injuries and illnesses.