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Partnership

AEPA

A meeting point in the world of aviation

AEPA history began in 1995 with the concern of a group of psychologists aviation meet and share their experiences.

This concern resulted in the creation of AEPA on 14 December 1998, being the same formally registered at the Technical General Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior on 26 February l.999 with the number 164716 and the name of Spanish Association Aviation psychology.

Work areas

Psychologists and human factors specialists that make up this association, civilian and military, are primarily concerned with promoting safety and health of all those who operate in aviation: pilots, drivers, crew cabin, dispatchers, etc., and, of course, passengers. This partnership aims therefore a social good, while working to prevent accidents and promote safety is definitely a public health goal. To achieve this goal our partners work: Selection of flight personnel and air traffic controllers; CRM training, training of trainers and training facilitators CRM. Prevention and Investigation of incidents and accidents. Aeronautical personnel licenses. Passenger safety and workers in the airline industry. Research on any aspect affecting aviation safety. Crisis intervention to traumatic events such as serious incidents, accidents. Advice flight personnel, managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. Research on any aspect affecting aviation safety. Crisis intervention to traumatic events such as serious incidents, accidents. Advice flight personnel, managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. Research on any aspect affecting aviation safety. Crisis intervention to traumatic events such as serious incidents, accidents. Advice flight personnel, managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. Crisis intervention to traumatic events such as serious incidents, accidents. Advice flight personnel, managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. Crisis intervention to traumatic events such as serious incidents, accidents. Advice flight personnel, managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. managers and aviation authorities in any aspect of psychology applied to aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation. These are classic areas of intervention but psychologists who form this association are committed to intervene in other aspects that although farther from the flight operation itself can contribute to improving flight safety and ground. In short, psychology is present in any human activity, and psychology applied to aviation deals with the psychological and social aspects of human activity in the field of aviation.

Goals

  • Encourage and promote the exchange of knowledge, experience and studies in the field of Aviation Psychology and Human Factors
  • Enhance and optimize the safety and health of those involved in the aviation environment
  • Consult, advise and cooperate with various institutions acting in the field of aviation Guidance and advice regarding specific scientific research and practical applications in the field of Aviation Psychology
  • Promotional health of workers in the field aronáutico and passengers