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Human Performance and Human Factors You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / OPS / OPS Section / Human Performance and Human Factors OPERATIONAL SAFETY HOME OPS Section (Home) Panels and Expert groups OPS Related Annexes and PANS OPS Subject Areas Airworthiness Cabin Safety Competency-based Training and Assessment Cooperative Oversight Framework Cross Border Transfers Fatigue Management Flight Ops Flight Procedure Design Global Flight Tracking Human Performance and Human Factors Currently selected Language Proficiency Nationality Marks Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Personnel Training and Licensing Safety Information Protection Human Performance and Human Factors   Resume Page Content HP Home HP Principles Human-Centred Design Systems Thinking Human Performance (HP) represents the human contribution to system performance and refers to how people perform their work.  (...) How we support HP is informed by Human Factors (HF).  HF is concerned with the application of what we know about human beings, their abilities, characteristics and limitations, to the design of equipment they use, environments in which they function and jobs they perform.   
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Score: 739933.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OPS/OPS-Section/Pages/HP.aspx
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Accordingly, the meeting agreed that an Action Group should be established for each Focus Area to analyze the accident data (available in the investigation reports) and identify the root causes and contributing factors, as well as the associated safety recommendations. (...) Accordingly, the meeting agreed to the following Draft Decisions: Why To analyse the accident data related to the RS and SCF (available in the investigation reports) What RS and SCF related Accidents Action Groups Who RASG-MID When Sept 2017 DRAFT DECISION 2/2: RS-RELATED ACCIDENTS ACTION GROUP That, a) the RS-related Accidents Action Group is established to review and analyse accidents data related to RS and identify root causes and contributing factors, as well as the associated safety recommendations, in coordination with the RGS WG; RASG-MID/6-WP/8 - 3 - b) the RS-related Accidents Action Group is composed of members designated by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, UAE, IATA, IFATCA and ICAO* (*Rapporteur of the Group). (...) In order to meet its Terms of Reference, the AIA WG shall: 1) gather information from different available sources on the MID Region-related accidents, and serious incidents and incidents;that: a) occurred in the MID Region (State of Occurrence); b) involved aircraft registered in the MID Region (State of Registry); or c) involved aircraft owned and/or operated by an Air Operator from the MID Region (State of the Operator). 2) review and confirm the occurrence and risk categories of the accidents related to the MID Region, using the definitions and descriptions provided in ICAO Annex 13 and ADREP/ECCAIRS Taxonomy; and identify the root causes and contributing factors of the accidents related to the MID Region Focus Areas, in particular; 3) develop an agreed and harmonized MID Regional dataset of accidents and provide feedback to the ICAO Safety Indicators Study Group (SISG); 4) review and analyse the serious incidents reported in the MID Region, identify the emerging risks and associated root causes and contributing factors; 5) review the safety data provided by States related to the analysis of the top 5 reported incident categories and identify trends and measures implemented by stakeholders to mitigate the identified risks; 2) review, analyse and categorize the accidents and incidents using the definitions and descriptions provided in ICAO Annex 13 and ADREP/ECCAIRS Taxonomy; 3)6) develop an agreed and harmonized MID Regional dataset of accidents and incidents and provide feedback to the ICAO Safety Indicators Study Group (SISG); 4) identify, to the extent possible, the root causes and contributing factors, in order to support the MID-RAST in the development of mitigation measures; 5)7) provide necessary information on accidents and incidents, including the root causes and contributing factors, to the MID-ASRT for the development of the MID Annual Safety Report and to the MID RAST for the implementation of necessary mitigation measures; and 6)8) share the outcome of its meetings with the concerned MIDANPIRG subsidiary bodies, as appropriate.
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Score: 739461.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ID6/WP%208%20-%20AIA%20WG2.pdf
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What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting women's economic empowerment? (...) What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting the economic empowerment of MSMEs? (...) 39. What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting to Youth economic empowerment?
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Score: 738353 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/devel_e/a4t_e/p19en.docx
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PowerPoint Presentation WTO CTS CBI experience 29-10-19 Peter van Gilst (Chief Technical Advisor), PGilst@cbi.eu https://www.cbi.eu/ Connect SMEs in developing countries to the European market and thereby contribute to sustainable and inclusive economic growth. (...) › Around 40 projects at any time › Around 700 SMEs supported every year › 14 sectors › Results in 2018: – Over €550 mln. export growth EU/EFTA – Over €725 mln. export growth non-EU/EFTA – Over 100,000 jobs created 28-02-19 4 Projects in Services: IT › Senegal (with ITC) › Uganda (with ITC) › Egypt 28-02-19 7 Projects in Services: Tourism › Egypt › Ethiopia › Jordan › Myanmar › Sierra Leone › Uganda › Zambia 28-02-19 8 IT: Trends › IT SKILLS SHORTAGE › PRESSURE ON PRICES › INVREASED COMPETITION (ALSO FROM OUTSIDE EU) › INCREASING IMPORTANCE CSR 28-02-19 9 IT: Obstacles › POLITICAL COMMITMENT (RESOURCES) › INSUFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE › NATIONAL STRATEGY › LANGUAGE SKILLS 28-02-19 10 IT: Success factors › COMMITMENT MANAGEMENT › EXPORT STRATEGY › COMPETITIVE PRICING › CERTIFICATION 28-02-19 11 Tourism: Trends › FIT VS PACKAGE › EASE OF INTERNET › SUSTAINABILITY/CSR 28-02-19 12 Tourism: Obstacles › LANGUAGE SKILLS › LIMITED CONTROL OVER SUPPLIERS › LACK OF COUNTRY LEVEL SUPPORT (BRANDING) › SKILLS GAP (HOSPITALITY) › LACK OF INSURANCE 28-02-19 13 IT: Trends › IT SKILLS SHORTAGE › PRESSURE ON PRICES › INVREASED COMPETITION (ALSO FROM OUTSIDE EU) › INCREASING IMPORTANCE CSR 28-02-19 14 Tourism: Success factors › INTERNATIONAL ORIENTATION › LOG TERM MARKETING BUDGET › SPECIALIZATION/USP/PROFILE › CERTIFICATION 28-02-19 15 WTO CTS Connect SMEs in developing countries to the European market and thereby contribute to sustainable and inclusive economic growth. (...) Projects in Services: IT Projects in Services: Tourism IT: Trends IT: Obstacles IT: Success factors Tourism: Trends Tourism: Obstacles IT: Trends Tourism: Success factors
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Score: 738091.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/s3_VAN_GILST_Netherlands.pdf
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Recognize that the conditions in which people live and their lifestyles influence their health and quality of life and that poverty, uneven distribution of wealth, lack of education, rapid urbanization, population ageing and the economic social, gender, political, behavioural and environmental determinants of health are among the contributing factors to the rising incidence and prevalence of non- communicable diseases; 22. Note with grave concern the vicious cycle whereby non-communicable diseases and their risk factors worsen poverty, while poverty contributes to rising rates of non-communicable diseases, posing a threat to public health and economic and social development; 23. (...) Note with grave concern that non-communicable diseases and their risk factors lead to increased burdens on individuals, families and communities, including impoverishment from long-term treatment and care costs, and to a loss of productivity that threatens household income and leads to productivity loss for individuals and their families and to the economies of Member States, making non-communicable diseases a contributing factor to poverty and hunger, which may have a direct impact on the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals; 32.
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Score: 737834 - https://www.who.int/nmh/events...1/political_declaration_en.pdf
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ICAO Working Paper A37-WP/138 Enhancement of FDA and FDM RNP APCH and AR Deployment EEnnhhaanncceemmeenntt ooff FFDDAA aanndd FFDDMM RNP APCH and AR Deployment “ICAO controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) studies have shown that runway-aligned approaches (LNAV only) are 25 times safer than circling approaches, and that once some form of vertical guidance is added to approaches the safety margin is increased again by a factor of 8” [1] [1] Working Paper A37-WP/138, Performance-based navigation – the implementation challenge ICAO AFI FPP 1st Steering Committee 17th December 2014 © AIRBUS Operations S.A.S. (...) Confidential and proprietary document. Contributing Factors for Runway excursions In the RWY excursions reported to Airbus in 2011 was a contributing factor in 70% of the events 40 % 40 % 50 % 60 % 50 % Destabilization is one major contributing factor ICAO AFI FPP 1st Steering Committee 17th December 2014 © AIRBUS Operations S.A.S.
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Score: 737417.33 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...SC1/Airbus%20FPP%20SC%20v1.pdf
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MOS1-2 M O S 1 -3 Overall audiovisual quality: MOS1 Hi gh er q ua lit y Higher quality H ig he r qu al it y 17 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarters, Geneva ITU-T Examples of NTT’s Studies on Quality Assessment for “Wideband” (1/3) o Interactive multimodal quality can be evaluated using a multi-dimensional scale of psychological factors. [11] Multimedia quality Video quality parameters Audio quality parameters Perceptual quality indices Parameter A Parameter B Parameter C Psychological factor indices Factor X Factor Y Factor Z Video codec Video size/resolution Video coding bit rate Video packet loss rate Video delay Video jitter, … Audio codec Audio echo Audio packet loss rate Audio delay Audio jitter, … 18 ITU-T VICA Workshop 22-23 July 2005, ITU Headquarters, Geneva ITU-T Examples of NTT’s Studies on Quality Assessment for “Wideband” (2/3) o Psychological factors were extracted by using the semantic differential (SD) technique and factor analysis. [13] • Subject’s impression of an audiovisual communication service was evaluated on the basis of 25 pairs of bipolar adjectives on a seven-grade comparison scale. (...) CQ, July 2005 (in Japanese). [13] ITU-T Contribution COM12-D15-E, “Example of multimedia quality assessment model for videophones,” Jan. 2005. [14] K. (...) Hayashi, “Analysis of psychological factors for quality assessment of interactive multimodal service,” Electronic Imaging 2005, 5666-15, pp. 130 - 138, Jan. 2005.
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Score: 737182.23 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/S5_P3_Hayashi.pdf
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Namely, how human performance and human factors impact our performance. Human performance and human factors With security culture reliant on everyone in the workforce actively contributing to its maintenance and robustness, organisations must now consider how we ensure all staff perform to the best of their ability and how their human performance might be impacted. Typically, human performance or human factors in aviation security has not always gained the recognition that it deserves. (...) To mitigate the impact of human factors, organisations can support staff by ensuring the job roles that they perform are designed with human factors in mind, such as task variation, autonomy and identity, and recognition and feedback.
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Score: 735577.3 - https://www.icao.int/Security/...0and%20Human%20Performance.pdf
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alfaijn-1 = Weighting factor for service “i” in basket “j” during the quarter n-1, i.e. its income contribution within the basket. (...) The production function methodology for measuring productivity consists in estimating, by means of econometric techniques, the contribution of each production factor to the output level, and the resulting residual. That residual, which is the portion of output that cannot be explained by the contributions of each production factor, is interpreted as a measure of the total factor productivity and constitutes the cornerstone of the methodology. !
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Score: 735217.87 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...vana-07/doc_9_cifuentes_en.PDF
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The scope of my work is centered on preventing non-communicable disease risk factors, which include tobacco consumption, alcohol abuse, unhealthy diets and physical inactivity. (...) --Dr Esther Njinembo, UN Volunteer Technical Officer with WHO, Congo WHO’s goal is that, by 2023, we have one billion people enjoying good health and wellbeing, one billion people protected from health emergencies, and one billion more people benefiting from universal health coverage. I am contributing to achieving health goals by supporting 47 countries of the African continent to establish policies on the prevention of non- communicable disease risk factors. (...) We helped raise awareness of the risk factors of non-communicable diseases at local levels.
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Score: 734338.4 - https://www.unv.org/node/22564/pdf
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