Red Cross Files include copies of articles from journals, magazines, and book chapters, a printout of a guest lecture by Baker, newsletters and bulletins, papers, reports, and similar publications, as listed below. Of these materials only the guest lecture is by Baker.
Articles, book chapters, & reprints from books, journals, and magazines are on the following topics: mountain wave turbulence; pilot attitudes regarding cockpit resource management; aircraft accident investigation; flight crew performance breakdown; stress and airplance accidents; pilot and air traffic controller’s health; aircraft automation and pilot/machine interface; & the science of flying. Papers are on the following topics: windstorms; aircraft accidents in the Aspen area; weather briefing use and fatal airplane accidents; aviation errors and weather; & aviation safety rulemaking and politics. Newsletters & bulletins include The Aviation Consumer, 1985 Pilot’s Yearbook & NASA’s Callback, 1987. Reports, guides, safety studies, and technical papers are by the FAA, Federal Highway Administrations, NASA, the NTSB, and the U. S. Army Safety Center, as well as, “ASMIS Retrieval and Processing System (ARPS)” & U. S. Congressional Budget Office Special Study: “The Status of the Airport and Airway Trust Fund." There is also a guest lecture (copy of a printout) by Baker, Lamb, and Tranter on “Statistics on Aviation Crashes”, 1988. Dates of Red Cross files: circa 1982-1990; undated.
Student Papers consist of project outlines, term papers, and course final examination papers for the following courses: Issues in Injury Control; Epidemiology of Injuries; Public Health and the Law; and Policy, Politics and Transportation Safety. Papers include evaluative comments and grades. There is also a course evaluation summary for the Epidemiology of Injuries course for the 3rd quarter of the 1981-1982 academic year. Dates: 1982; 1985-1986; 1990; 1992; 1994-1995; 1998-1999; 2010.