TRANSPORT SECURITY AND ECOLOGY. COMPATIBILITY ISSUES
Published: 12 Sep 2020
Abstract: The work presents the author's view on one of the most important problems of civil aviation in modern conditions – the problem of aviation security support for civil aviation facilities. There is provided the authors' original approach to the functional and essential understanding of air transport safety. The approach is based on the analysis of fairly new terms: bodily security, unified security, and indivisible security. The authors propose a new term: integrated security of air transport, defining the concept of integrated security, structuring the concept, analyzing the functional relationships of the the structure’s elements. The article considers the problem of the human factor from the point of view of compatibility of transport and environmental safety. The work shows how the solution of aviation security problems using methods of human factor harmonization can be successfully applied in solving problems in the field of ecology. The approach’s interface is the concept of bodily security.
Keywords: civil aviation, aviation security, environmental safety, human factor, harmonization of the human factor, bodily security
Cite this article: Elisov L. N., Ovchenkov N. I., Fadeev R. S.. TRANSPORT SECURITY AND ECOLOGY. COMPATIBILITY ISSUES. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Ecology & Safety 14, 9-13 (2020). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002031/
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