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 The pilots were well aware of which lever to pull. It was “human error” that caused the mistake. But laying the blame on the pilots wasn’t ever going to solve the problem. The pilots were well aware of which lever to pull. It was “human error” that caused the mistake. But laying the blame on the pilots wasn’t ever going to solve the problem.
  
-Perhaps you can find an equally elegant way in which to apply these concepts to prevent or reduce, human errors.+Perhaps you can find an equally elegant way in which to apply these concepts to prevent or reduce, human errors ​in your workplace.