Table of Contents
- 1 When entering the airfield vehicle operators must perform which of the following?
- 2 Which airfield vehicles may operate on the airfield when visibility is less than 100 feet?
- 3 What must you achieve before entering a CMA?
- 4 What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft?
- 5 What do you do if you get lost on the airfield?
- 6 How do you pursue a CMA?
- 7 How can situational awareness improve safety performance?
- 8 What is the second most important reason for incidents at work?
When entering the airfield vehicle operators must perform which of the following?
|When entering the airfield, vehicle operators must perform which of the following||All the above|
|What are the leading causes of runway incursions||All the above|
|Before entering the controller area l, vehicle operators must do which of the following||All the above|
What is the most severe type of an airfield violation?
The definition of a Controlled Movement Area Violation is an airfield infraction caused by aircraft, vehicles or pedestrians entering the Controlled Movement Area without specific Air Traffic Control Tower approval. This also includes runway incursions, the most serious form of CMAVs.
Which airfield vehicles may operate on the airfield when visibility is less than 100 feet?
When visibility is less than 100ft, no vehicles except emergency/alert vehicles will be operated on the airfield.
What vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the airfield?
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|Prior to driving on the Flightline drivers must||Complete local flightline driver’s training and possess proper doc. autorizeing flightline driving|
|Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the flightline||Vehicles without an integral braking system|
What must you achieve before entering a CMA?
Establish two-way radio contact with tower and receive approval prior to entering any portion of the CMA, use all installed vehicle lighting (headlights, emergency flashers and emergency rotating beacons), and have a light gun placard or decal displayed in plain view of the driver.
What is the vehicle speed limit during Nvd operations?
The maximum speed limit for vehicles operating on the airfield ramp and away from aircraft is 15 MPH. 3. The maximum speed limit while on the runway is 40 MPH.
What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft?
What is the speed limit for a designated traffic lane within 200ft of a designated aircraft parking area? What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft parking apron? Must be stored in areas that do not violate lateral clearance requirements.
Who has the authority to revoke airfield driving privileges?
1.1. 3. Unit commanders, Airfield Driving Program Managers (ADPM), Airfield Management (AM) and Security Forces (SF) personnel have the authority to revoke airfield driving privileges.
What do you do if you get lost on the airfield?
What do you do if you get lost on the airfield? Contact tower, explain your situation and request assistance.
When you park a vehicle near an aircraft you should?
Vehicles shall not be parked or driven less than 25 feet in front or 200 feet behind aircraft with running engines, unless prescribed in applicable aircraft handbooks. Vehicles parked next to aircraft shall be clear of wingtips and clearly visible to personnel in cockpit.
How do you pursue a CMA?
- Meet the CMA Education Requirements.
- Pay for an IMA Membership.
- Join the CMA Program.
- Enroll in a CMA Review Course Program.
- Begin Studying by Following a Proven Study Plan.
- Register for a CMA Exam Part After Week 8 of Your Study Plan.
- Take the CMA Exam.
- Fulfill the Experience Qualification.
What is the eligibility for CMA?
Becoming a CMA requires you to have a bachelor’s degree from any stream except arts. A student who is in the final year of the bachelor’s program may also pursue CMA, however, he/she will require to then get a degree along with two years of relevant experience to attain the certification.
How can situational awareness improve safety performance?
There is also a wealth on research about how a breakdown in situational awareness contributes to human errors (Situational Awareness and Patient Safety 2017). Consequently, measures to improve situational awareness are associated with an increase in safety performance.
What are the different models of situational awareness?
Various models of situational awareness have been developed (Stanton et al. 2017). The most popular and from our point of view most practicable one is the three-level model from Endsley (1995): The first level of situational awareness is about perceiving the relevant information. This has two important implications.
What is the second most important reason for incidents at work?
Jones and Endsley (1996) and Schulz et al. (2015) identified Level 2 SA issues as the second most important reason for incidents. Examples include a lack of knowledge how to operate equipment, wrong assumptions how to operate it or simply errors in the way procedures are implemented.
How do you practice slow flight in aviation?
Performing the Slow Flight Maneuver Slow flight should be practiced in straight-and-level flight, straight-ahead climbs and climbing medium-banked (approximately 20 degrees) turns, and straight-ahead power- off gliding descents and descending turns to represent the takeoff and landing phases of flight.