High Risk Situations, II
A number of phases of the flight have more risk than others. Most realize that the takeoff and especially the landing are more dangerous due to being close to the ground at low speeds. With not enough speed or altitude in the form of kinetic energy to be able to do something about the situation.
Below the Risk Management Handbook from the FAA with 112 pages its desinged as a tool to help you manage and recognize the risk factors involved during flight.
FAA H-8083-2 Risk Management
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Excerpt from the document:
This handbook is a tool designed to help recognize and manage risk. It provides a higher level of training to the pilot in command (PIC) who wishes to aspire to a greater understanding of the aviation environment and become a better pilot. This handbook is for pilots of all aircraft from Weight-Shift Control (WSC) to a Piper Cub, a Twin Beechcraft, or a Boeing 747. A pilot’s continued interest in building skills is paramount for safe flight and can assist in rising above the challenges which face pilots of all backgrounds.
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