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Crew Resource Management By Rexford Penn
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A professional pilot's guide to aviation crew resource management training. An all-inclusive introduction and guide to CRM techniques; easy to understand and implement. Meets all requirements for FAA... More > and EASA crew resource management training.< Less
Crew / Cockpit Resource Management, (CRM) A Guide for Professional Pilots By Rexford Penn & Craig Randall
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Crew Resource Management (CRM) a guide for professional pilots, is intended to be a refresher course in the latest techniques of CRM. It is intended for Professional aircrew,corporate pilots, but can... More > benefit anyone.< Less
Crew / Cockpit Resource Management, (CRM) A Guide for Professional Pilots By Craig Randall & Rexford Penn
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Crew Resource Management (CRM) a guide for professional pilots, is intended to be a refresher course in the latest techniques of CRM. It is intended for professional aircrew, especially corporate... More > pilots, but can benefit all pilots. Updated to meet FAA, EASA, and ICAO requirements including recent FAA Part 135 crew training, and single pilot training for CRM.< Less
Bridge Resource Management By Rexford Penn
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This is a comprehensive introduction and guide to Maritime required Bridge Resource Management training for ships officers, watch keepers and crew members. Case studies of several maritime accidents... More > offer insight into the benefits of using each resource available to a crew member on board ship. Satisfies requirements if STCW, IMO, USCG, and NTSB.< Less
Single Pilot CRM By Phil Croucher
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There are very few single-pilot specific CRM courses. The material in this book is based on the author's successful Single Pilot CRM/PDM courses, which he has held in Europe, Canada and UAE, with... More > lots more thrown in.< Less
CONSIDERATIONS BEHIND HUMAN ERROR By Ferdinando Restina
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A GUIDE FOR NON-TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES FOR HIGH-RISK PROFESSIONS The History, development, and diffusion of Crew Resource Management in complex work environments: Aviation, Health, Nuclear, Rail,... More > Marine, Petrochemical, etc. WHAT COMMON FACTORS CONNECT THE DEATH OF MARY SANDERS DURING A SIMPLE SURGICAL INTERVENTION, CHERNOBYL NUCLEAR DISASTER, AND THE COSTA CONCORDIA SHIPWRECK? WAS IT A FATAL MINDSET, DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT, AN ACT OF DESTINY OR...? IT IS THE HUMAN ERROR THE THREAD THAT BINDS THESE (AND MANY OTHER) TRAGIC EVENTS. HOW TO BEST PREVENT, MANAGE AND MITIGATE ITS EFFECTS AND CONSEQUENCES IS THE SUBJECT OF STUDY BY CPT. FERDINANDO RESTINA.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Deadly Mistakes - The Crash of China Air Flight 129 By George Cramoisi, Editor
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On April 15, 2002, Air China flight 129, a Boeing 767-200ER, operated by Air China, en route from Beijing, China to Busan, Korea, crashed on Mt. Dotdae, near Gimhae Airport, Busan. Of the 166 persons... More > on board, 37 persons survived the crash, while 129 occupants were killed. The Korean Aviation Accident Investigation Board (KAAIB) determined that the probable cause of the crash was pilot error due to poor crew resource management and lost situational awareness during the circling approach of the runway. The Chinese investigation team pointed out that the Korean ATC was not fully licensed and mistakenly directed the airliner to descend to a wrong altitude and that the airport did not inform the crew of the weather conditions at the time. A contributing factor was that the airline made all announcements in Chinese and English, while most passengers were Korean.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: DEADLY MISTAKES The Crash of Air China Flight 129 By George Cramoisi, editor
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On April 15, 2002, Air China flight 129, a Boeing 767-200ER, operated by Air China, en route from Beijing, China to Busan, Korea, crashed on Mt. Dotdae, near Gimhae Airport, Busan. Of the 166 persons... More > on board, 37 persons survived the crash, while 129 occupants were killed. The Korean Aviation Accident Investigation Board (KAAIB) determined that the probable cause of the crash was pilot error due to poor crew resource management and lost situational awareness during the circling approach of the runway. The Chinese investigation team pointed out that the Korean ATC was not fully licensed and mistakenly directed the airliner to descend to a wrong altitude and that the airport did not inform the crew of the weather conditions at the time. A contributing factor was that the airline made all announcements in Chinese and English, while most passengers were Korean.< Less
Ocean On Fire By Gunnar Alutalu
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A natural disaster leads to an unnatural emergency situation on a pleasure cruiser headed for the European Continent. Helpless and not expecting rescue, the ship’s crew and passengers are... More > forced to fall back on their own resources for survival. This is a story of how they manage to do it and the lifelong friendships that are forged. Romance and love triumph even under such circumstances, where the very survival of anyone is by no means guaranteed. Was the Wavemaster III maritime-disaster-prone? And who can give a rational explanation for the strange events experienced when being the object of the second attack? Could it be true that the after-effects of this second near-disaster linger to this day?< Less
Ocean On Fire By Gunnar Alutalu
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A natural disaster leads to an unnatural emergency situation on a pleasure cruiser headed for the European Continent. Helpless and not expecting rescue, the ship’s crew and passengers are... More > forced to fall back on their own resources for survival. This is a story of how they manage to do it and the lifelong friendships that are forged. Romance and love triumph even under such circumstances, where the very survival of anyone is by no means guaranteed. Was the Wavemaster III maritime-disaster-prone? And who can give a rational explanation for the strange events experienced when being the object of the second attack? Could it be true that the after-effects of this second near-disaster linger to this day?< Less

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