lunes, 3 de agosto de 2015

3-P Risk Management Process

Good aeronautical decision-making includes risk management, a process that systematically identifies hazards, assesses the degree of risk, and determines the best course of action.  There are many models for risk management, including charts that generate a numerical “score.”  Although these tools can be useful, numbers-based tools suggest a level of precision that may be misleading. An alternative method is the Perceive – Process – Perform risk management and aeronautical decision-making model developed by the FAA Aviation Safety Program.  There are three basic steps in this model: 

PERCEIVE hazards
PROCESS to evaluate level of risk
PERFORM risk management

PERCEIVE:  The goal is to identify hazards, which are events, objects, or circumstances that could contribute to an undesired event.  You need to consider
hazards associated with:

    External Pressures.

PROCESS:  Ask questions to determine what can hurt you.  In short, why do you
have to CARE about these hazards?

What are the Consequences? 
What are the Alternatives available to me? 
What is the    Reality of the situation facing me? 
What kind of  External pressures may affect my thinking? 

PERFORM:  Change the situation in your favor.  Your objective is to make sure
the hazard does not hurt ME or my loved ones, so work to 

Mitigate or eliminate the risk, and  

Evaluate the outcome of your actions.  

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