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Title:
FAA Safety Briefing LIVE! - November / December 2019 Issue
Topic:
This presentation introduces and discusses content in the November / December 2019 issue of the FAA Safety Briefing magazine.
Date and Time:
Monday, November 11, 2019, starting at 19:00 Central Standard Time (17:00 PST, 18:00 MST, 20:00 EST, 15:00 HST, 16:00 AKST, 18:00 Arizona, 01:00 GMT)
Speaker(s):
Susan Parson & Paul Preidecker
Brief Description:

This issue focuses on the concept of resource management and error mitigation techniques in the aviation environment. Feature articles focus on threat and error management and highlight the importance of sound crew and single pilot resource management. We’ll also look at ways flight data monitoring can help you steer clear of errors and learn from your mistakes. 

Feature articles included:

- Good Decisions on the Fly - Putting TEM on Your Safety Team

- The Magic of Using All Available Resources (And the Misery of Trying to Go it Alone)

- You Never Roam Alone! - Putting Single Pilot Resource Management to Work

- Welcome to the Information Age - GA Enters the Next Era

Plus articles on:

  • Aeromedical Advisory discussed cancer, heart disease, and flying.
  • Condition Inspection explores the safety impact of the common cold in flight.  
  • Jump-seat introduces the theme of this issue along with the “resource management” terms.  
  • Angle of Attack discusses the importance of avoiding nonoperational distractions 
  • Checklist reviews the availability of new courses on www.faasafety.gov
  • Post-flight reviews the origins and benefits of CRM.
  • Vertically Speaking discusses the value of helicopter type clubs.  
  • Nuts, Bolts, and Electrons offers tips on verifying proper ADS-B installation. 
  • Drone Debrief discusses the use of CRM in UAS operations.
Select Number:
CE0396754
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Sponsoring Division:
FAASTeam
Contact Information:
Aeronautical Proficiency Training
Phone: (314) 863-5941
john@teipen.com
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PRESENTERS

SUSAN PARSON - Before joining the FAA in May 2004, Susan Parson was a diplomat in the State Department's Foreign Service with overseas assignments in Panama and Bangladesh. She decided to pursue a lifelong passion for aviation by starting flight training in 1991, eventually earning ATP and instructor certificates and working part-time at a Leesburg Virginia flight school.

At the FAA, Susan serves as editor-in-chief for the FAA Safety Briefing magazine, FAA team lead for the Airman Certification Standards project, and special assistant to the Flight Standards Service executive director. She has authored nearly 100 General Aviation Safety articles and several online training documents and courses.

 

PAUL PREIDECKER - has been a flight instructor for 30 years, and has logged more than 7800 hours of flying time.

He retired from Air Wisconsin Airlines, where he held the positions of Chief Flight Instructor and captain. In these roles, he served as an Aircrew Program Designee, Line Check Airman, and was qualified as a simulator and ground school instructor. 

Paul has served as a member of an FAA Aviation Rulemaking Committee, an invited speaker at the NTSB Symposium on Professionalism, and moderated at the World Aviation Training Summit for several years. He is a co-host of FAA Safety Briefing Live and is a regular contributor to NAFI MentorLive. Paul is also a frequent speaker at aviation conferences and serves as a board member for NAFI.

Paul is president of his own company, FlightDeck Insights (paul@flightdeckinsights.com) . As an experienced aviator and teacher, Paul contributes to aviation safety by blending SOPs and best practices between GA and Part 121 operations.

Credit Applicability:
Advanced WINGS
1 Credit for Advanced Knowledge Topic 2
AMT
1 Hour Total for AMT
FAASTeam Project Information:
National Project:
Any other Operations task not covered in the NPP
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