operational error


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operational error (OE)

An occurrence attributable to an element of the air traffic control system that results in less than the applicable separation minimums between two or more aircraft or between an aircraft and terrain or obstacles as required. Obstacles include vehicles, equipment, or personnel on runways or aircraft landing or departing on a runway closed to aircraft operations after receiving air traffic authorization.
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It read: 'I am very sorry to have to advise you that the enclosed mail intended for your address has been delayed as a result of an operational error causing significant delays to it being delivered.
Noncompliance to the extent caused by operational error or negligence;
Schools in the region have a particularly high rate of false alarms and a recent study found that 30 per cent of false calls to schools were down to operational error.
Standish claims 21% of system downtime is caused by hardware failure; 19% by maintenance and upgrades; 17% by application bugs; 15% by operational error; 13% by systems software bugs; 11% by environmental conditions; and 4% by other factors.
(Reuters) - FedEx Corp said on Sunday an operational error prevented a Huawei Technologies package from being delivered to the United States, just weeks after the U.S.
Deutsche Bank (DB) has said an "operational error" caused EUR28B to be accidentally transferred to Deutsche Boerse (DBOEY) Eurex about a week before Easter when the bank meant to make a much smaller transfer, the Financial Times reports, citing a statement by the bank.
And the consequences of such a failure, though it is an operational error and not a defect as to form in the plan document, can be substantial.
The most common cause of accidents or industrial accidents is often attributed to human error such as operational error, judgmental error, or job-related error, all of which are caused by human characteristics.
It plays a major role in reflecting the security industry worldwide.The most common cause of accidents or industrial accidents is often attributed to human error such as operational error, judgmental error, or job-related error, all of which are caused by human characteristics.
Three days later on the Nagoya Stock Exchange, morning trading was suspended due to a computer glitch caused by an operational error of a Fujitsu Ltd.
Air traffic controllers employ separation rules and procedures that define safe separation in the air and on the ground.1 An operational error occurs when the separation rules and procedures are not followed due to equipment or human error.
The Army said in a statement: "There was an accidental burst of gunfire by the force that followed an operational error. The Army expresses sorrow for the tragic event and has opened a thorough investigation".

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