CAP 737: Flightcrew human factors handbook

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Reference:CAP 737
Title:Flightcrew human factors handbook
Description:Cap 737 has been re-structured in response to commercial air transport needs, identified by the Crew Resource Management Advisory Panel, to provide more focussed and applied practical CRM training guidance.
The document is structured into 6 main parts:

1.Human factors knowledge and application – (individual and team human characteristics that manifest themselves in aircraft operations)
2.Specific context guidance - (automation, interfaces with external agencies and specific information for cabin crew)
3.CRM assessment – (instructor competencies)
4.CRM effectiveness – (guidance in facilitation skills)
5.CRM in safety management – (advice on capturing and classifying accident and incident data)
6.CRM regulation – (summarises CRM training expectations)

Review Comment:None
Date:16 December 2016
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