Pressure mounts on FAA to ground Boeing 747 Max 8

ABC News contributor Col. Steve Ganyard analyzes the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision and shares what investigators are likely looking for at the crash site.

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22 thoughts on “Pressure mounts on FAA to ground Boeing 747 Max 8

  1. So much so called technical malfunction not just in planes but also other things eg trains in Victoria, even though we have such high safety standards, constant checking of these etc. Makes me wonder if it is more of a HUMAN failure/fault than a technical mechanical etc type problem. Giiven just how slack, I ept, lazy and downright incompetent so many who work and manage certain sorts of industries are. And how out of control many of the customers are eg passengers on planes, trains etc. I avoid travel because I may trust the technical factor enough to take a risk eg that a plane will not disi tevrate in mid air for no apparent technical reason. But, I would never trust those on board the flight or some depressed, drunk, stoned etc pilot driving it, or air traffic Controllers who may not be as alert and sharp as they need to be mentally to guide a plane safely. Because they spent the previous night drinking, clubbi g etc all night, instead of sleeping. But no employer can legally tell an employee how to live their life outside work hours. Even though their after hours behaviour can be a serious safety or other major risk to others DURING work hours eg major financial or computer errors that can cause absolute havoc and chaos everywhere. Or even work absenteeism from the effects of after hours partying etc ie need to take sickies etc, which then places extra stress burdens on other workers, who then cannot function properly either. The HUMAN factor needs to be focused on more than the technical o e, which, though critical, already receives plenty of attention to ensure safety standards are complied with, what with so much regulation to ensure the hnical safety and massive go ernment and corporate bureaucracies employed to o ersee this and all the agitation unions do about technical safety, which is fair enough. But technical perfection alone will never guarantee safety. Even the most technically safe, perfect machine, device etc will fail in irresponsible, incompetent hands or if its operation is being I terfered with eg by sabotage etc.

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