Oct 19, 2019
AVM 418 - Threat and Error Management in Aviation
Principles of Threat and Error Management (TEM) in aviation operations. Course will be offered every year (Winter, Spring).
Co-requisite or Prerequisite: AVP 304. Prerequisite: AVP 340.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Define the major terms used in the Threat & Error Management (TEM) framework and recall examples of each from a major aircraft accident ( or accidents) discussed in class; to include: threat, error, violation, undesired aircraft state (UAS) and countermeasure.
- Summarize and explain the nature of the following major threats general aviation pilots and airline flight crew members face: aircraft malfunctions ( engine failure, engine/cabin fire), adverse weather (aircraft icing, LLWS, turbulence, VFR-into-IMC), loss of aircraft control (spatial disorientation, high altitude flight), and collisions (RE, Rl, MAC, CFIT).
- Distinguish between the six different approaches to explaining human error and describe the major components of James Reason’s model of accident causation.
- Identify the major defensive countermeasures designed to assist in identifying, avoiding and mitigating threats, errors and undesired aircraft states to include: SOP adherence; flows & checklist discipline, call-outs, & workload management; distraction management & sterile cockpit compliance; monitoring & automation management; crew briefings; stabilized approaches.
- Identify and describe “best practice” countermeasures to reduce the effects of the following threats: aircraft malfunctions ( engine failure, engine/cabin fire), adverse weather (aircraft icing, LLWS, turbulence, VFR-into-IMC), loss of aircraft control ( spatial disorientation, high altitude flight), and collisions (RE, Rl, MAC, CFIT).
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