Tom Stein

Tom Stein

SpeakerMatch

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head.

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head. He engages with you to ensure you are part of the 'conversation.' He tailors his 'chat' to his listeners and participants whether they be high school graduates to professional executives.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Orange, CA (US)

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Tom Stein
Tom Stein - Motivational Speaker

GreyHawk Enterprises

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head.

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head. He engages with you to ensure you are part of the 'conversation.' He tailors his 'chat' to his listeners and participants whether they be high school graduates to professional executives.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Orange, CA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
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Tom Stein

GreyHawk Enterprises

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head.

Tom is not just another 'talkin' head. He engages with you to ensure you are part of the 'conversation.' He tailors his 'chat' to his listeners and participants whether they be high school graduates to professional executives.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Orange, CA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Tom Stein,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/TomStein/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Aviation Safety
WHEN PLANES CRASH IT’S ALL HUMAN ERROR

The aviation industry partitions the root cause of aviation accidents into specific areas when in fact all accidents are attributed to human error. Causes are grouped into the areas of pilot error, weather, maintenance, air traffic control, and the airframe itself. This exercise of grouping is misleading and incorrect. Additionally, the industry collects and segregates other causal factors while segregating additional contributors deemed as contributors, like terrorism. This retrospective analysis examines aviation mishaps for their true root cause. Analysis indicates causal factors should not be segmented into specific area and be focused on human activities. This research exhibits mishaps are caused by human error and recommends new categorization to improve investigation techniques and education to the aviation industry.