HUMAN FACTORS OF CC-130 OPERATIONS. VOLUME 4: TRAINING SYSTEMS KNOWLEDGE

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Authors
  1. Jamieson, D.W.
Corporate Authors
Defence and Civil Inst of Environmental Medicine, Downsview ONT (CAN)
Abstract
In January 1994, the Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine (DCIEM) was tasked by Air Command (AIRCOM) to study human factors issues in CC-130 Hercules operation within what was then Air Transport Group (ATG) - now a component of 1 Canadian air Division. This tasking reflected a perception that the accident record within the Canadian Forces (CF) fleet was significantly worse than the record of other fleets involved in similar operations. In response to this tasking, a joint DCIEM/ATG team was formed. The activities of this study group were funded by the Chief of Rsearch and Development (CRAD). The following recommendation, served as the impetus to the work: - Raise the overall level of systems knowledge among ATG aircrew by developing teaching aids and courses to accelerate the acquisition of knowledge and to compensate for lowered fleet experience levels through advances in training program delivery. In this Volume, systems knowledge training is frst placed within a general risk management scheme as an overall causal framework for securing safer and more effective operations within the CC-130 community of 1 Canadian Air Division (1 CAD). Current systems knowledge training practices within the organisation are reviewed next, including past assessments of the need for modernisation of training. TRUNCATED
Keywords
Crew resource management;PCT;IP models
Report Number
DCIEM-98-R-17-VOL-4 — Final Report
Date of publication
01 Dec 1997
Number of Pages
50
DSTKIM No
98-01222
CANDIS No
508030
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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