Category Archives: survivability

Comments on the sinking of the MV Sewol 16 April 2014, Part 2: Evacuation issues associated with the Sewol incident — written by Prof Ed Galea, 20 April 2014 20:00

Here I will explore to explore the ship evacuation process, what hampered the evacuation of the passengers on the Sewol and some of the implications for passenger ship safety. Continue reading

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Aviation Accident Survival Rates — Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics

I think that the USA Today article represents an interesting line of inquiry into the issue of survivability in aviation accidents, but I don’t believe that the analysis presented addresses the whole picture and so can be misleading. Continue reading

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