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Course Code:
A-305
Course Name:
Risk Management II
Course Description:
This course presents the practical application of deliberate risk management techniques, tools and resources; and how they may be used to identify hazards and to assess risks in natural resource aviation operations. Information presented will allow the students utilize the five steps of the risk management process and the 5M Risk Model as well as working through an operation risk scenario utilizing risk management tools. The course references relevant elements from the following: Air Force Pamphlet 90-803, FAA Systems Safety Handbook Chapter 15, USFS-BLM Aviation Risk Management Handbook 2011, and DOI OPM-06 Aviation Management Plans.
Primary Audience:
Helicopter managers, aviation dispatchers, project aviation managers and aviation managers.
Prerequisites:
A-205 Risk Management I
Course Length:
4 Hours

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