Conducting Flight Risk Assessments
Many pilots use a Flight Risk Assessment Tool (FRAT) to assess risks associated with common operating hazards relating to
- Equipment; and
A FRAT tool helps pilots see potential hazards and may assist them in devising effective strategies to mitigate risk.
The main value of these templates is:
- Saves time creating your FRAT; and
- Helps establish a repeatable business process.
Flight risk assessments are critical to the success of many aviation SMS programs. They demonstrate to pilots that management strongly supports your safety culture.
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