When evidence of harm mounts and denial dominates thus suppressing truth, health scientists must work to defend those harmed and prevent future harms. Their advocating for truth would result in improved safety and health for crew and passengers, and crises would be minimized. Other implicated parties include those dominating policy usually with a financial interest; responsible action from them would result in enhanced reputation with commensurate business advantages; it also would result in reduced economic burdens from compensatory damages. Those with responsibility for aircraft maintenance and insurance also would be spared cost overruns. Human rights and justice must prevail.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||JOURNAL OF HEALTH AND POLLUTION|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2019|