Wednesday, April 2, 2014

And Now on the Lighter Side...

The military teaches Aircrew Coordination, which the airlines would call Crew Resource Management and which we in Helicopter EMS call Air Medical Resource Management (The Feds don't consider crew members to be crew members - go figure - they never get anything wrong)

ACC hinges on

  1. Communicate Positively
  2. Direct Assistance 
  3. Announce Actions
  4. Offer Assistance
  5. Acknowledge actions
  6. Be Explicit 
  7. Provide aircraft control and obstacle advisories 
  8. Coordinate action sequence and timing
Here is how "JB" sees it...

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Thanks to Draper Palmer for sharing this with us...

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