Steve Scott

Dr, Dr/Capt

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    Biography

    Steve recently joined the CU Human Systems Integration group after spending the past 33+ years as an International Airline pilot. Following 10 years in the South African Air Force, Steve then moved across to the commercial fraternity spending 5 years with South African Airways and 18 years with Emirates Airlines. Aircraft types operated included A326, DC3, B200, AT472, B737, B747 & B777 accumulating over 16000+ flying hours. From an early part of his flying career he realised that aircraft and the human brain are indelibly connected, and thus began his interest in the cognitive aspects in life.

    Professional Courses & Roles (amongst others):

    • Captain/Instructor/Examiner
    • Safety Manager
    • Accident Investigation Officer
    • CRM Facilitator
    • Human Factors Specialist
    • Air & Ground Auditing Officer
    • Paramedic
    • IRB Rugby Educator 

     Academic Record:

    • BArts (Psychology & Communications – University of South Africa)
    • MA Human Factors (University Western Sydney) 
    • PhD Human Factors (Coventry University)

    “I take an integrated and holistic approach to passing on HF skills to those around me, towards the ever-challenging goals of safety and efficiency"

     

    Contact: steve.scott@coventry.ac.uk / +447833305321

    Areas of Expertise:

    Aviation Psychology, Human System Integration, Safety Management Systems, Airline Operations Management, Crew Resource Management, Pilot Instruction, Airline Auditing, HF in Medicine, HF in Engineering, HF in Fire Services.

    Research Interests

    Human Factors

    Vision Statement

    Investigating/teaching/emphasising the cognitive elements in all forms of human endeavour.

    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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