Risk Management Handbook (2024): FAA-H-8083-2A

Risk Management Handbook (2024): FAA-H-8083-2A

Risk Management Handbook (2024): FAA-H-8083-2A

Risk Management Handbook (2024): FAA-H-8083-2A

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Overview

This FAA handbook provides tools to help pilots recognize and manage risk and presents definitive practical guidance on how to implement and conduct the "identify, assess, and mitigate" tasks identified in the Airman Certification Standards (ACS). Pilots who practice effective risk management have predetermined personal standards and have formed habit patterns and checklists to incorporate them. This handbook presents methods that pilots of all types of aircraft can use to manage the workloads associated with each phase of flight, resulting in a safer, more enjoyable, and less stressful experience for both themselves and their passengers. In the last 20 years, approximately 85 percent of aviation accidents have been caused by "pilot error," which can result from focusing primarily on the physical aspects of flying the aircraft. The certificated flight instructor (CFI) who Integrates risk management into flight training teaches aspiring pilots how to be more aware of the potential risks in flying, clearly identify those risks, and manage them successfully-building a solid understanding of how to avoid the most common pilot errors and supporting a safety culture in aviation. An important component to airman certification, risk management is applied by identifying, monitoring, and managing potential components that affect risk, thereby allowing the pilot to be better prepared to mitigate risk. This full-color manual covers subjects such as an introduction to risk management, personal minimums, identifying hazards and associated risks, assessing risk, mitigating risk, threat and error management, automation and flight path management, and aeronautical decision-making in flight. Appendices contain additional risk management training and tools, accident case studies, and risk management exercises applicable to small general aviation training aircraft, helicopters, and large turbine-powered aircraft. Helpful tools include chapter-end summaries, glossary, index, and internet resources throughout for additional resources and information.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781644252710
Publisher: Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc.
Publication date: 08/23/2022
Series: ASA FAA Handbook Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 88
Sales rank: 509,064
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 10.75(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the government agency that oversees and regulates procedural standards for the aviation industry. Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. (ASA) is the leading publisher of aviation books and the largest producer of pilot supplies in the USA today, providing trusted materials for more than 80 years.

Table of Contents

Preface i

Introduction ii

Major Enhancements iii

Chapter 1 Introduction to Risk Management

Introduction 1-1

Safety Management Systems in Aviation 1-1

Accident Causality & Responsibility 1-1

Risk Management Analysis Using the PAVE Checklist 1-2

Chapter Summary 1-3

Chapter 2 Personal Minimums

Introduction 2-1

Personal Minimums 2-1

Step 1 Review Weather Flight Categories 2-1

Step 2 Assess Experience and Comfort Level 2-1

Step 3 Consider Other Conditions 2-3

Step 4 Assemble and Evaluate 2-4

Step 5 Adjust for Specific Conditions 2-5

Step 6 Stick to the Plan 2-5

Using the FAA WINGS Program for Risk Mitigation & Safety 2-5

Chapter Summary 2-6

Chapter 3 Identifying Hazards & Associated Risks

Introduction 3-1

Hazard Exposure 3-1

Why Hazards Result in Aviation Accidents 3-1

Understanding the Risks Posed by Hazards 3-2

Leading Accident Causes 3-3

Identifying Hazards 3-4

Using the PAVE Checklist to Identify Hazards 3-4

Pilot Hazards 3-4

Aeromedical 3-5

Aircraft Hazards 3-6

Performance 3-6

Equipage 3-6

Environmental Hazards 3-7

Weather 3-7

Terrain 3-7

Facilities 3-7

Airspace, Air Traffic Control, and Other Aircraft 3-8

Night Operations 3-8

External Pressure Hazards 3-8

Hazard Combinations 3-8

Hazards and Associated Risks 3-9

Using a Flight Risk Assessment Tool (FRAT) 3-10

Numerical FRATs 3-10

Narrative FRATs 3-11

Case Study 3-11

Background and Setting 3-11

Data 3-13

Pilot and Passengers 3-13

Aircraft 3-13

Environment 3-14

Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis 3-14

Pilot 3-14

Aircraft 3-14

Environment 3-15

External Pressures 3-15

Chapter Summary 3-15

Chapter 4 Assessing Risk

Introduction 4-1

Risk Assessment Components 4-1

Risk Likelihood 4-1

Risk Severity 4-1

Using a Risk Assessment Matrix 4-2

Matrix Errors 4-2

Accuracy 4-2

Skewing 4-2

Obsolescence 4-2

Case Study 4-3

Risk Assessment Analysis 4-3

Pilot 4-3

Aircraft 4-3

Environment 4-3

Chapter Summary 4-5

Chapter 5 Mitigating Risk

Introduction 5-1

Preflight Risk Mitigation Strategies 5-1

Mitigating Pilot Risks 5-1

Mitigating Aircraft Risks 5-1

Mitigating Environmental Risks 5-2

Circumnavigate the Hazard 5-2

Go Above or Below the Hazard 5-2

Change Departure Time or Date 5-2

Cancel the Flight 5-2

Mitigating External Pressure Risks 5-2

Local Versus Transportation Flights 5-2

Personal Versus Business Flights 5-2

Case Study 5-2

Risk Mitigation Analysis 5-2

Balanced Approach to Risk Management 5-4

Chapter Summary 5-5

Chapter 6 Threat and Error Management

Introduction 6-1

Threats 6-1

What is an Error? 6-1

Causes of Errors 6-1

Insufficient Training & Experience 6-1

Inadequate Flight Planning or Preparation 6-2

Physiological Effects 6-2

Psychological Effects 6-2

What is an Undesired Aircraft State? 6-3

Defenses against Threats, Errors, and Undesired Aircraft States 6-3

Defenses Provided to the Pilot or Crew 6-3

Checklists, Standard Operating Procedures, and Best Practices 6-3

Utilizing a Second Pilot or Person 6-3

External Resources 6-3

Defenses Provided by the Pilot or Crew 6-4

Clear Communication and Briefings 6-4

Effective Situational Awareness 6-4

Planning for What Comes Next 6-4

Time Management 6-4

Teamwork 6-4

Automation Management 6-4

Flying Skills (The Last Resort) 6-4

Chapter Summary 6-5

Chapter 7 Automation & Flight Path Management

Introduction 7-1

Reliance on Automation 7-2

Balancing Automated & Manual Flight 7-2

Interacting with Automation 7-2

Failure to Anticipate, Act, & Verify 7-3

Integrated Flight Path Automation Systems 7-3

Chapter Summary 7-4

Chapter 8 Aeronautical Decision-Making in Flight

Introduction 8-1

ADM Background 8-1

Analytical Decision-Making 8-1

Naturalistic Decision-Making 8-3

Single-Pilot Resource Management 8-3

Chapter Summary 8-4

Appendix Introduction

Scope AI-1

How to Use AI-1

Using Appendices as a Workbook AI-1

Appendix A Risk Management Training

Integrating Risk Management Training and Other Training Requirements A-1

Appendix B Risk Management Tools

Risk Assessment Tools Identifying, Assessing, & Mitigating Risk B-1

Risk Identification Tools B-1

Additional Risk Assessment Tools B-3

Risk Mitigation Tools B-3

Appendix C Accident Case Studies

General Information C-1

Accident Profile 1 Fatal Accident in a Single-Engine Airplane with a Piston Engine C-1

NTSB Probable Cause C-1

NTSB Factual Summary Excerpts (edited) C-1

Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation C-1

Accident Profile 2 Fatal Accident, Turboprop-Powered, Transportation C-2

NTSB Probable Cause C-2

NTSB Factual Summary Excerpts (edited) C-2

Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation C-3

Accident Profile 3 Fatal Accident, Helicopter, Personal Flight C-3

NTSB Probable Cause C-3

NTSB Factual Summary Excerpts (edited) C-3

Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation C-4

Accident Profile 4 Fatal Turbojet-Powered Airplane Accident C-4

NTSB Probable Cause C-4

NTSB Factual Summary Excerpts (edited) C-4

Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation C-4

Appendix D: Risk Management Exercises

Four Scenarios D-1

Scenario 1 Recreational Aviation D-1

Scenario 2 Turboprop-Powered, Personal Transportation D-2

Scenario 3 Turbine Helicopter D-2

Scenario 4 Turbojet-Powered Airplane D-3

Glossary G-1

Index I-1

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