Risk Management Safety Minute Video https://youtu.be/fSJnS9ShMng
Risk Management Training Video https://youtu.be/luiIOUZeCW0
FAA Risk Management Handbook http://bit.ly/rm-handbook
Flight Risk Assessment Tools (FRAT) Fact Sheet http://bit.ly/2hk3omM
January/February 2017 issue of FAA Safety Briefing
“Risky Business: The What, How, and Why of Risk Management” https://adobe.ly/2iBEi3h
“Say Ahh … A Pilot’s Guide to Self-Assessing Risk” https://adobe.ly/2ibKIH0
“Is My Aircraft Right for Flight? The Importance of Preflight Prep” https://adobe.ly/2iePJ4p
“The Wild (Not So Blue) Yonder: Mitigating Risk in the Flight Operating Environment” https://adobe.ly/2hus9AX
“Are We There Yet? How External Pressures Can Affect Your Flight” https://adobe.ly/2ioBgQs
General Aviation Joint Steering Committee
Loss of Control Working Group 1
Introduction to Safety Risk Management (SRM) (SE 24 Output 3)
Outreach Guidance Document
2018/4-5-126 (I) PP
This outreach guidance is for all FAA and aviation industry groups that are participating in outreach efforts sponsored by the General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC). It is important that all outreach on a given topic is coordinated and is free of conflicts. Therefore, all outreach products should be in alignment with the outline and concepts listed below for this topic.
Outreach Month: January 2019
Topic: Introduction to Safety Risk Management (SRM) (SE 24 Output 3)
The FAA and industry will conduct a public education campaign emphasizing the best practices regarding single-pilot resource management operational techniques.
Civil aviation organizations, air carriers, and military aviation activities have embraced Safety Risk Management (SRM) - a foundational component of all safety management systems. Single-pilot operations can also enjoy the benefits of safer, more efficient flying through the application of SRM processes.
- Discuss the scope and safety benefits of Safety Risk Management.
- Acquaint pilots with available SRM resources.
- Discuss means of managing resources.
- Encourage pilots to adopt SRM processes.