- Defining Elements of Risk Management
- Human Behavior
- Identifying and Mitigating Risk
- Assessing Risk
- Aeronautical Decision-Making: A Basic Staple
- Single-Pilot Resource Management
- Risk Management Training
This FAA handbook is designed to help pilots recognize and manage risk.
Primarily focus is on practical aspects of flying: operations and maneuvers.
It provides tools to help pilots determine and assess each situation for the safest possible flight with the least amount of risk. Pilots who practice effective risk management possess predetermined personal standards and have formed habit patterns and checklists to incorporate them.
This handbook presents methods pilots 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.
It provides a higher level of training to the pilot in command (PIC) who wishes to aspire to a greater understanding of the aviation environment and become a better pilot.
A pilot’s continued interest in building skills is paramount for safe flight and can assist in rising above the challenges which face pilots of all backgrounds.
This handbook is for pilots of all aircraft from Weight-Shift Control to a Piper Cub, a complex piston twin, or a Boeing 747. It is also a useful reference for flight instructors as the flight instructor who integrates risk management into flight training teaches aspiring pilots how to be more aware of potential risks in flying, clearly identify those risks, and manage them successfully — leading to a solid understanding of how to avoid the most common pilot errors.
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