Everything in the entire place is in this space
This website is made for the RECKless
“I’m not reckless…”
We don’t mean’t reckless, we mean RECKless (because who doesn’t love a good acronym in aviation?). This site has been created for pilots, individuals, operators who need a little support in finding:
We don’t want anyone to be RECKless, which is why we made this site.
Terrible sales pitch over
So is the terrible acronym.
But we did create this to help, because we think HUMANS are right in the middle of the SPACE between SAFETY and DANGER!
Humans and our ‘factors‘ are integrating, implementing and impacting all of it. So we really should be talking about all things human as the centre of our safety discussions, properly, in the context of our operations and not as some side note.
“Oh yeah, human factors, great stuff, let’s look at that tomorrow, in a totally separate classroom to all this…”
What do we really mean?
We mean we should be putting people at the centre of it all. Less ‘human factors’ and more ‘human’ full stop.
Proper conversations in plain English. Procedures and regulations written practically and simply so they can be used. More understanding of the human role within operation. A focus on the HUMANS that make aviation work.
The Aviation Place
So this SPACE is about providing RESOURCES to help you and your operation head away from danger and towards safety. It is for sharing EXPERIENCES, building CONNECTIONS to enable all operators big and small to improve safety in the industry, and sharing and developing KNOWLEDGE on the ways and processes that will help do all of this.
We want to help you find the direction that is for you and your operation by talking about the things that need talking about, in a way that is clear and simple, understandable and useable, practicable and persony (human).
Because we don’t want anyone to be RECKless.
Everything. From everywhere.
A look at the ever first investigation and report into an aircraft accident Pilot error! Sorry, I got over excited and posted a major spoiler alert. The result of the first ever investigation into an aircraft crash was pilot error though, which is interesting and especially so if we take a look at what happened…
It was a suspected military satellite test this time Nothing to see… No new news here. North Korea have once again fired something without providing a huge amount of warning. Yes, you did read write – I said not a huge amount of warning – because, on this occasion, they did provide some warning to…
The conflict between Israel and Gaza is not confined within the borders, leading to spillover risk for civil aviation across the region What is the immediate risk over Israel/Gaza? There are several immediate risks to consider if operating into or over this region: What spillover risk is being seen? LEBANON: Lebanon are not directly involved…
An aviation PACT: Pilot ATC Conversation Time We work together, but… Pilots and ATC work together, directly, throughout pretty much all our operations. ATC support pilots during high pressure, challenging events, and both roles are working at all times towards the same goals of safety and efficiency. But we don’t train together? We don’t even…
I had front row seats for the launch (sort of) What happened? Falcon 9 added another 23 satellites to the Starlink network on October 30. The launch took place successfully at 07:20 EDT… And I got to watch it happen! What did I see? Routing from LGW to MCO, we were heading in on the…