According to the FAA Risk Management Handbook, a death in the family would be considered a ______ stress.
_____ pressures create a sense of burden to complete a flight- often at the expense of safety.
The key step in preparing for a new situation is to ______ that one may not have the required skill set.
In order to identify ______, the use of standard procedures is of great assistance.
____ is the risk that remains after system safety efforts have been fully employed.
Management of _____ pressure is the single most important key to risk management because it is the one risk factor category that can cause a pilot to ignore all other risk factors.
According to the FAA Risk Management Handbook, which of the following is not considered one of the five traits discovered in pilots prone to having accidents?
For someone pre-flighting an aircraft in the dead of summer in the south, the extreme heat would prove to be a(n) ________ stressor.
T/F: One out of three accidents result from improper human performance, or human error.
Performance generally ______ with the onset of stress, and then begins to _____ as stress levels exceed a person’s ability to cope.
____ is the risk that cannot be tolerated by the managing activity.
____ risk is part of identified risk that is allowed to persist without further engineering or management action.
T/F: Risk management, a formalized way of dealing with hazards, is the logical process of weighing the potential costs of risks against the possible benefits of allowing those risks to stand uncontrolled.”
A ____ can be a real or perceived condition, event, or circumstance that a pilot encounters.
One of the best ways to verify a pilot is fit to fly is by using the _____.
____ is the risk that has been determined through various analysis techniques.
T/F: Risk is the future impact of a hazard that is not controlled or eliminated.
____ risk is risk that has not yet been identified.
T/F: The human element is the most vulnerable to influences that can adversely affect its performance.
T/F: In aviation, experience, training, and education help a pilot learn how to spot hazards quickly and accurately.