Peter Baernert, who is currently completing a master's degree at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, announces a survey aimed at achieving a deeper understanding on how human factors affect safety in aviation maintenance.
His research goal is to explore if national/cultural traits of the aviation maintainers/technicians will change over time when exposed to a multinational work environment. The survey takes five minutes to complete and is available here.
The survey responses are fully anonymous, and no registration of individual responses will, or needs to be, done. Baernert asks that anyone who takes the survey also distribute the link among colleagues/employees.
Anyone who would like more information on Baernert's research can send him email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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