NO MORE ALTERNATIVE TRUTHS

ECONOMIC DECISIONS HAVE SAFETY IMPLICATIONS

"New buisiness models" such as (bogus) self-employment, 0-hours contracts, Pay-to-fly ==> linked to lower safety culture

Atypical EMPLOYMENT, LOW COST, CARGO ==> DIFFERENT

Big gap in safety perceptions: atypical employment, low cost & cargo

> less encouraged to voice safety concerns

> less confident on fair treatment of the safety reporter

> less satisfied with confidentiality of reporting and investigation processes

> less involved in safety activities

› feel more obliged to take uncomfortable risks

› more inclined to go to work when sick

› more often tired at work

› less confident to file fatigue reports

Example Fatigue + atypical contract ==> 64.5% are often tired ==> 41.7% are comfortable to complete a fatigue report ==> 21.6% consider fatigue is taken seriously by their companies

REPORTING & OVERSIGHT

Only 23% of pilots consider that National Aviation Authorities manage safety reports well and less than 50% think that aviation authorities take safety seriously

If pilots don't report, and Civil Aviation Authorities perform oversight based on reports mostly, how safe is then Europe's "ultra-safe" industry?

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