Leading Indicators: The Tenerife Tragedy
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Full Length 17 min
The worst aviation accident in history occurred in 1977 when two 747 jets collided on the island of Tenerife, killing 583 people. Just like hazardous situations that lead to injuries in the workplace, there were several "leading indicators" or warning signs preceding the collision that warned of impending danger. In this presentation, fighter pilot and safety speaker Jeff "Odie" Espenship discusses the three leading indicators that led to this tragedy and encourages viewers to slow down, re-plan and refocus when these warnings appear in our workplaces.