Flashcards in Chapter 3 - CRM TEM Deck (28)
Do you need to brief the “ALL FLIGHT BRIEFING” topics each flight?
No, just FFOD
When should you brief anticipated and unanticipated threats?
When workload is low.
Not during critical phases of flight
What tasks are involved in flying the aircraft.
Conduct memory items
Stabilize the situation
What items are no time threats?
What is the best way to restore an undesired aircraft state?
What are two categories of threats?
An error is a crew action or inaction that causes...
Reduced safety margins
Leads to deviations from intentions or expectations
Does not meet company expectations
What is the memory aid to brief unanticipated threats to FAs?
Which pilot conducts the WANT briefing?
What is the definition of a threat?
Outside the influence of the crew
Requires crew attention to maintain safety
Increases operational complexity
When should you conduct and ICE briefing?
At the start of a trip or if there is a crew member change
What is the definition of an undesirable aircraft state?
An unacceptable condition of an aircraft that:
Results from crew error, actions, or inactions
Clearly reduces safety margins
What is the purpose of effective monitoring and cross checking?
To catch errors and break the error chain
What is the FO’s responsibility during high workloads?
Suggest and preform priorities and duties assisting in the safe completion of tasks
How do you raise awareness for a level-off altitude?
1000 ft to go call out
During arrival the FMS (primary nav source) fails. What should you do?
Request to be resequenced
Re-brief the approach using ground based Navaids
What is the primary responsibility of the PM during normal operations?
Monitor PF and alert of concerns
Maintain SA by monitoring the flight path
Cross check activities of the PF
When is the best time to brief an arrival procedure?
In cruise prior to TOD (low workload)
During unanticipated threats who should be the PM?
What are key factors in avoiding windshear?
What is recommended during extended periods of inactivity to combat complacency?
Prioritize flight path monitoring your verbalizing intentions
What is the responsibility of the pilot concerning mode and altitude changes on the FMA?
Crosscheck mode changes on the FMA
Visually confirm mode and altitude changes
Changes can be made by PF with autopilot engaged
What should you do if you are cleared to land on a runway that was not briefed?
Do not accept the assignment until it has been briefed
Ask for delay
What can pilots do to ensure distractions do not degrade crew SA?
Recognize and inform other crew members when individual awareness is low
What items can be used to identify windshear?
Fluctuations of 500 fpm or more
Glide slope displacement of 1 dot or more
Airspeed fluctuations of 15 kts or more
Pitch changes of 5 degrees or more
What is the responsibility of the FO regarding decision making of a CP?
Anticipate which actions will be taken
Be prepared to give input
What allows a pilot to act during no time threats?
Always having a contingency plan