The antidote for the hazardous attitude, "lmpulsivity" is: Not so fast, think first. "It could happen to me" and "Do it quickly to get it over with" are not antidotes to any of the hazardous attitudes.
Do it quickly to get it over with
Not so fast, think first
It could happen to me
The antidote for the hazardous attitude, "Invulnerability" is: It could happen to me. "It will not happen to me" and "It cannot be that bad" are not antidotes to any of the hazardous attitudes.
It cannot be that bad
It will not happen to me
The antidote for the hazardous attitude, "Macho" is: Taking chances is foolish. "I can do it" and "Nothing will happen" are not antidotes to any of the hazardous attitudes.
Nothing will happen
I can do it
Taking chances is foolish
The antidote for the hazardous attitude, "Resignation" is: I am not helpless. "What is the use" and "Someone else is responsible" are not antidotes to any of the hazardous attitudes.
I am not helpless
Someone else is responsible
What is the use
You, the pilot, are always responsible for determining if you are fit to fly for a particular flight. The FAA and medical examiners determine if you are fit to hold a medical certificate.
The medical examiner
Most preventable accidents have one common factor: human error rather than a mechanical malfunction or structural failure. According to NTSB statistics gathered from 1992 to 1996, the pilot was the general cause or a contributing factor in 49% of the acci
Continuing flight under VFR into instrument conditions often leads to spatial disorientation or collision with ground/obstacles. Getting behind the aircraft does not normally result in spatial disorientation or collision with the ground. Although duck-un
Continual flight into instrument conditions
Getting behind the aircraft
Pilots that rely on their memory for repetitive tasks, do not normally use checklists.
Flying outside the envelope
The commonly listed hazardous attitudes are anti authority, impulsivity, macho, resignation, and invulnerability. Each has its own "antidote" indicated below: (1) Anti-Authority-Follow the rules, they are usually right. (2) lmpulsivity-Not so fast. Think
Poor situational awareness, snap judgments, and lack of a decision-making process
Poor risk management and lack of stress management
Antiauthority, impulsivity, macho, resignation, and invulnerability
To prevent hazardous attitudes from endangering a flight, pilots must recognize a hazardous attitude, correctly label the thought, and recall its antidote.
Recognizing hazardous thoughts
Making a rational judgment
Recognizing the invulnerability of the situation
As defined by the FAA, Risk Management is the part of the decision-making process which relies on situational awareness, problem recognition, and good judgment to reduce risks associated with each flight.
The mental process of analyzing all information in a particular situation and making a timely decision on what action to take
Situational awareness, problem recognition, and good judgment
Application of stress management and risk element procedures
ADM and risk management questions often don’t have a clear-cut answer. Technically, the airplane could take off under the conditions given if no obstacles were present, but the safety margin is not as much as planned (which you can infer from the warmer-t
Try a takeoff without the passengers to make sure the climb is adequate
Wait until the temperature decreases, and recalculate the takeoff performance
Take off to the west because the headwind will give the extra climb-out time needed
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