Type title here

Report
CFIT/ALAR Tool Kit
“A Call For Action”
CFIT/ALAR Action Group
Flight Safety Foundation
Overview
•
•
•
•
•
•
CFIT/ALAR Risk Statistics
Improvement Areas have been Identified
Tools are Available for Risk Reduction
ALAR Tool Kit
Implementation
Summary
Worldwide Airline Hull Loss
Accidents
100
85
80
60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Total Hull Losses = 205
Number of
Hull Losses
40
33
31
20
9
9
5
0
Number of
fatalities (7,184 total)
Landing
Controlled
flight into
terrain
Loss of
control
in flight
Refused
takeoff
OnGround
Misc.
In-Flight
Fire
208
2,237
2,266
3
0
600
Classified by Accident Type 1991 - 2000
17
18
ALA Accident Types
We need to Eliminate/Reduce our Risks of the
5 ALA Types of Accidents*
•
•
•
•
•
CFIT (includes landing short)
Loss of Control
Landing Overrun
Runway Excursion
Non-stabilized Approach
* FSF ALAR Task Force Data Group
Tools to Achieve CFIT/ALAR
Risk Reduction
Airlines should consider all of these as part of the total solution
•
•
•
•
Implement ALAR Tool Kit*
Emphasis on CFIT/ALAR Standardization
Improvements in CFIT/ALAR Training
Technology Solutions – EGPWS, Constant
Angle Approaches, GPS, VSD, etc.
*Our focus today
Elements of ALAR Tool Kit
ALAR Tool Kit is CD based with web links to additional
information
•
•
•
•
•
•
Two Safety Videos
Five Power-point Safety Presentations
34 Comprehensive Briefing Notes
Risk Awareness and Reduction Tools
Standard Operating Procedures Template
Training Resource Materials
Typical Implementation of ALAR
Tool Kit
•Gather all the information
–ALAR Tool Kit
–Become involved in Regional ALAR efforts
•Disseminate information to appropriate individuals
•Operations departments take Briefing notes
–Some airlines take 2 or 3 per month
–Video shown at recurrent training
•CEO support required
–Provide whatever support required/requested
–Provide a feedback vehicle/mechanism from crews to CEO
Benefits of ALAR Tool Kit
• Safety and Economics
–Lower insurance rates
–Lower direct and indirect accident/incident cost
• Better crew awareness and decision making
• Management can readily see for a small cost,
the potential for a large return
Summary
• Pro-active Airlines are Implementing the ALAR
Tool Kit Regardless of Airline Size
–From 2 airplane fleets to 600 airplane fleets
• Internationally Recognized Thing to Do
–IATA, ICAO, FSF
• Benefits Greatly Outweigh the Implementation
Cost
You need to insure your CFIT/ALAR Risk
is minimized.
The ALAR Tool Kit can help you do this.

similar documents