Controlling Pilot Error: Culture, Environment, and CRM (Crew Resource Management)

Controlling Pilot Error: Culture, Environment, and CRM (Crew Resource Management)

Expert authors demonstrate the topic using pilot drawn from an FAA/NASA sponsored database. A post-mortem of real-life, real-pilot accidents are examined to explain what went wrong and why. An action agenda is drawn of preventive techniques pilots can effect to avoid the same risks.

Controlling Pilot Error: Culture, Environment, and CRM (Crew Resource Management)

Controlling Pilot Error: Culture, Environment, and CRM (Crew Resource Management)

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. REDUCE THE TERROR OF PILOT ERROR The most effective aviation safety tools ever, Controlling Pilot Error guides give you expert protection against the causes of up to 80% of aviation accidents—pilot mistakes. Each title provides: • Real-life pilot stories • Valuable “save-yourself” techniques and safety tips • Clear and concise analysis of error sets Controlling Pilot ErrorCULTURE, ENVIRONMENT, AND CRM Pilot decision making is impacted by many influences. A knowledge of recent discoveries on aviators’ decisions and crew cockpit interactions during crisis is important to all pilots. Tony Kern’s Culture, Environment, and CRM confronts the human factors behind most aviation mishaps. Applying scientific explanations to allow you to: • Recognize the psychological booby traps that imperil lives • Put firewalls between you and the human factors that doom flights • Improve priceless pilot judgement skills with proven techniques • Adopt a simple four-step backup plan for flight-critical decisions • Apply the lifesaving CRM loop process and specific tested CRM tools and techniques for safer flying • Learn why followership is as essential to good decision making as leadership • Discover why, though human failing is inevitable, it need not be fatal BEST FOR PILOTS • Build your knowledge base • Increase your confidence • Sharpen your skills • Learn lifesaving tips Tony Kern is Editor of the Controlling Pilot Error Series and a former lieutenant colonel who created the United States Air Force’s human-factors training program. He also wrote three best-selling books on aviation for McGraw-Hill.

Fire Officer: Principles and Practice

Fire Officer: Principles and Practice

Your Complete Fire Officer I and Fire Fighter II Training Solution! The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are pleased to bring you the Third Edition of Fire Officer: Principles and Practice, the next step in the evolution of Fire Officer I and II training. Covering the entire spectrum of the 2014 Edition of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications, the Third Edition includes the following updates: Separation of Fire Officer I and II Level content throughout the textbook and student, instructor, and technology resources. The latest developments in social media and media relations; NIST research on fire dynamics; fire fighter safety and health issues; and fireground accountability and rapid intervention practices. A reorganization of chapters to improve course delivery, including a new chapter on Rules of Engagement. New end-of-chapter tools, including Fire Captain (Fire Officer II) activities and comprehensive case studies that progress within each chapter throughout the textbook. All new Voices of Experience essays and Near-Miss Reports. Addresses the course objectives for FESHE's Principles of Fire and Emergency Service Administration model curriculum The following resources will accompany the textbook and help instructors provide their students with an interactive and engaging learning experience: Web Tools Learning Management System eBook Interactive Lectures TestPrep Build the next generation of great fire service leaders with the Third Edition of Fire Officer: Principles and Practice."

Applied and Systemic-Structural Activity Theory

Advances in Studies of Human Performance

Applied and Systemic-Structural Activity Theory

This book presents new data in Applied Activity Theory (AAT) and Systemic-Structural Activity Theory (SSAT), that can be used in the study of human performance. The SSAT is the high-level generality theory that offers standardized principles of the analyses of human activity. These principles can be utilized in theoretical and applied studies. This multi-contributed book offers a selection of works that will provide a holistic picture of the field. The new data can be utilized for the study of extremely complex human-machine and human-computer interaction systems, and for evaluation of efficiency, complexity, and reliability of such systems at the design stage. Features Shows examples of self-regulative models of various cognitive processes Illustrates a method of study of production process in the construction industry Includes topics on learning, training, and management Covers a new method of computer based automated support of decision making under risk and uncertainty Presents a new method of evaluation of probabilistic structure of tasks, and the method of assessing reliability of human performance

Redefining Airmanship

Redefining Airmanship

Here, for the first time, is a systematic model of professional airmanship, for all pockets of the aviation community. With this book as a guide, you too will develop the "right stuff" for today's complex world of flight. Step by step, system by system, the book shows you how to: Use history's greatest flyers as role models--and follow in their footsteps Define standards and measurements for success Understand specific aspects of airmanship, using case studies and lessons learned Handle peer pressure, lack of time, and stress Reduce errors and aid decision-making Manage risks Evaluate your own performance Illuminate a path for self-improvement Advance your career Redefining Airmanship gives you a holistic model of good airmanship and shows you how to use that model to measure and improve your performance. Using the book's Individual Improvement Plan, you can increase your confidence. . .develop flight discipline. . .understand your aircraft. . .know your crew's strengths and weaknesses. . .be an effective team manager. . .and achieve your personal best as an airman.

Crew Resource Management

Principles and Practice

Crew Resource Management

Crew Resource Management: Principles and Practice shows emergency response leaders how to implement CRM skills in their fire stations, in their ambulances, in their police vehicles, and on the emergency scene. The key features of this program include: Case Studies Engaging and thought-provoking case studies help the reader to plan responses to wide-ranging emergencies. These scenarios provide the reader with an opportunity to see how CRM applies to the real world. Ready for ReviewHighlights critical information to take away from the chapter in a bulleted format. Vital VocabularyKey terms and definitions are highlighted throughout the text. A complete glossary of chapter terms appears in the Wrap Up section at the end of the chapter

Human-in-the-Loop

Probabilistic Modeling of an Aerospace Mission Outcome

Human-in-the-Loop

Improvements in safety in the air and in space can be achieved through better ergonomics, better work environments, and other efforts of the traditional avionic psychology that directly affect human behaviors and performance. Not limited to just the aerospace field, this book discusses adaptive probabilistic predictive modeling in human-in-the-loop situations. This involves situations where human performance and equipment reliability contributes jointly to the success and safety of a mission. This book gets you familiar with a new, powerful, flexible, and effective approach to making outcomes from missions successful and safe.

Handbook of Aviation Human Factors, Second Edition

Handbook of Aviation Human Factors, Second Edition

A complete examination of issues and concepts relating to human factors in simulation, this book covers theory and application in space, ships, submarines, naval aviation, and commercial aviation. The authors examine issues of simulation and their effect on the validity and functionality of simulators as a training device. The chapters contain in depth discussions of these particular characteristics and issues. They also incorporate theories pertaining to the motivational aspects of training, simulation of social events, and PC based simulation.

Soaring to Success

Taking Crew Resource Management from the Cockpit to the Nursing Unit

Soaring to Success

This one-of-a-kind resource uses engaging case studies drawn from the high-stakes aviation industry and provides a unique framework for improving communication and patient safety.

Safety at the Sharp End

A Guide to Non-Technical Skills

Safety at the Sharp End

Safety at the Sharp End is a general guide to the theory and practice of non-technical skills for safety. It covers the identification, training and evaluation of non-technical skills and has been written for use by individuals who are studying or training these skills on CRM and other safety or human factors courses. The material is also suitable for undergraduate and post-experience students studying human factors or industrial safety programmes.