[Box 007] Pilots and Airplane Crash Study Files & Crib and Playpen Safety Files. — 1979;1982;circa, 1986-1989;undated
Creator: Baker, Susan
Pilots and Airplane Crash Files (bulk of files in this box) contain materials pertaining to Baker's research study, “Fatigue, Pilot Deviation, and Time of Day,” 1988-1989. Most materials pertain to data and data analysis and include correspondence, descriptions of data analyses on the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) data, tables (notes and printouts-many are titled, “Jean’s Tables”), maps, bar charts, and other graphs on airplane accidents, pilot deviations, and weekly operations. Some materials are from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Includes the FAA’s (Federal Aviation Administration) “Selected Statistics Concerning Reported Pilot Deviations (1985-1986).” There are also documents pertaining to coding (National Aeronautics Space Administration, NASA, ASRS Report Coding key). There are two reports: a NASA Contract report: “Probability Distributions of Altitude Deviation,” 1982; and the FAA's: “Report of the Pilot Deviation Task Group,” 1987. There is a research proposal by Baker submitted to NASA, as well as correspondence about the study proposal. There is also a research study summary and there are notes by Baker. Documents include loose papers, two bound volumes, two large binders. Loose documents have been put in folders without titles. Dates: 1982; 1986-1989; undated (bulk).
Crib and Playpen Injury files consist of two computer printouts of accident/injury reports, one labeled Cribs and the other Playpens. Both printouts are titled: “In-Depth Investigations from Computerized Files, 1977 to present. U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission – Hazard Identification and Analysis, National Injury Information Clearinghouse,” 1979.