RISK ASSESSMENT IN AERONAUTICAL DECISION MAKING
with Rhon Williams
NOTE: OUR MEETING LOCATION FOR ALL 2018 MEETINGS CONTINUES TO BE THE IRWD COMMUNITY ROOM AT 15500 SAND CANYON ROAD IN IRVINE.
Flying safely is about Risk Management, and that requires risk identification, assessment and mitigation.
Learn techniques to quantify the risk and mitigate the risk, or decide not to fly.
Attendees will participate in an exercise using a Risk Assessment Scorecard.
This presentation was derived from an Aeronautical Decision Making course provided by the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA). The Risk Assessment Checklist was also developed by COPA.
Rhon Williams is an FAAST Representative and holds Commercial-SMEL, Helicopter, Glider, and CFI-AIG ratings.
He is co-owner of a Cirrus SR22, and previously a Mooney, in which he and his wife enjoyed many flying trips. They included flying northwest to Banff, northeast to New Jersey, southeast to Bahamas, and southwest to Cabo San Lucas.
Rhon is also an active home-builder having completed a plans-built Early Bird Jenny which first flew in December 2015.
NOTE: This program qualifies for WINGS credit. Go to www.faasafety.gov to pre-register.
Board meeting at 5:30
Hangar talk / refreshments 6:30 to 7 PM.
General membership meeting begins promptly at 7 PM
Program begins at approximately 7:15 PM.