This handbook is a tool designed to help recognize and manage risk. It provides a higher level of training to the pilot in command (PIC) who wishes to aspire to a greater understanding of the aviation environment and become a better pilot. This handbook is for pilots of all aircraft from Weight-Shift Control (WSC) to a Piper Cub, a Twin Beechcraft, or a Boeing 747. A pilotas continued interest in building skills is paramount for safe flight and can assist in rising above the challenges which face pilots of all backgrounds. Some basic tools are provided in this handbook for developing a competent evaluation of oneas surroundings that allows for assessing risk and thereby managing it in a positive manner. Risk management is examined by reviewing the components that affect risk thereby allowing the pilot to be better prepared to mitigate risk. The pilotas work requirements vary depending on the mode of flight. As for a driver transitioning from an interstate onto the city streets of New York, the tasks increase significantly during the landing phase, creating greater risk to the pilot and warranting actions that require greater precision and attention. This handbook attempts to bring forward methods a pilot can use in managing the workloads, making the environment safer for the pilot and the passengers. Modifications: Removed blank pages, added chapter bookmarks THIS MANUAL IS A PUBLIC DOMAIN WORK OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT MAY BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE FOLLOWING LINK: http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/Top to bottom are the Beechcraft Baron G58, Cirrus SR22, and Cessna Entegra. ... Read and understand the installed electronic flight systema#39;s manuals to include the use of the autopilot and the other onboard electronic management tools.
|Title||:||Risk Management Handbook|
|Author||:||Federal Aviation Administration, US Department of Transportation|
|Publisher||:||/r/flying Publishing Services - 2009-06-01|