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Describe the ADM process

The systematic process of collecting information and using it to make decisions that safely and effectively complete a mission. There are many acronyms that can be used in aiding this.


5 P model

Used a key decision points, especially in the planning phases, and throughout the remainder of the mission.

P plan-NWKRAFT 91.103
P plane-Airworthiness (AVIATES), mechanical status, database, req equip for mission
P pilot IMSAFE
P passengers, flight experience, health, business or pleasure
P programming, GPS, PFD, MFD, autopilot


What is a good acronym in decision making?


D detect a change needing attention (scan)
E estimate the gravity of the problem
C choose the needed outcome
I identify action required to affect change
D do it
E evaluate the decision and repeat as required


What acronym can be used to determine pilot readiness?


I illness
M medication, prescription or over the counter
S stress
A alcohol, 8 hrs or under influence
F fatigue
E eating


Name the 5 hazardous attitudes and antidotes.


I invulnerable "that can't happen to me"= it can happen to me

M macho "oh yeah, I can do it" =taking chances is foolish

A anti authority "don't tell me" = follow the rules! they are usually there for a reason

I impulsivity " do it quickly"= think it through first

R resignation "what's the use?" What I do can make a difference


What are two ways to accomplish a checklist?

DV=do-verify. This uses flow patterns to accomplish items then confirms action with checklist

CDV= challenge do verify (challenge response) action is completed after item is read (common in two pilot crews)


What is the 3P model used in ADM?

Hint- think of 3 actions that start with a P and an associated checklist for each action.

Perceive hazards using the PAVE checklist
P pilot
A aircraft
V enVironment
E external pressures

Process hazards using the CARE checklist
C consequences
A alternatives
R reality of situation
E external pressures

Perform risk management using TEAM checklist
T transfer, can someone else be consulted
E eliminate hazard if able
A accept-do benefits outweigh costs?
M mitigate