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Show/Hide Column. HELICO PASSION - Les hélicoptères du SAMU en France. HeliEFB - Helicopter Electronic Flight Bag. The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) revolution! Centres d’appels téléphoniques - Votre métier. Des émotions masquées Le travail de téléopérateur impose d’afficher des émotions 2(sourire au téléphone, calme, cordialité, empathie…) qui ne sont pas nécessairement celles que l’opérateur ressent.
À long terme, la dissimulation de ses émotions réelles (agacement, fatigue, colère…) crée des tensions et peut conduire à des troubles psychologiques. Sophie, 32 ans, téléopératrice Parfois, les personnes qu’on appelle nous insultent. Il faut garder le sourire et rester aimable, même quand ils nous traitent d’incapable… Urgences Direct Info : le réseau d'informations de la SFMU à l'usage des urgentistes. Mind meld - controlling an aircraft with your brain. Surfing into the stratosphere This summer Airbus plans to fly a pressurised high-altitude glider to 90,000ft.
BILL READ, FRAeS reports on the Perlan 2 project which not only intends to fly h... Space inspiration At Futures Day at the Farnborough Air Show, British astronaut Major Tim Peake spoke at a press conference, together with representatives from ESA, UKSA and the ... La place du pilote - Helico-Fascination. Dimanche 18 octobre 2009, par Papycoptere // Jean-Marie Potelle Dans un hélicoptère, le pilote est en place droite le plus souvent et en place gauche dans un avion ; pourquoi ?
C’est souvent la question qui est posée. Lorsque l’on pilote les deux types d’appareils, on comprend mieux, ça c’est bien vrai.Il y a quelques années, Jean Boulet avait très bien répondu à cette question. Plates-formes — Bibliothèques Universitaires. Info Aller au contenu. | Aller à la navigation Nouvelles ressources en test.
14 novembre 2012 :"Sécurité hélicoptères : l'approche pragmatique des opérateurs" - Ministère de l'Environnement, de l'Energie et de la Mer. 12 novembre 2012 (mis à jour le 30 décembre 2015) Le symposium DSAC "Sécurité hélicoptères : l’approche pragmatique des opérateurs" s’est tenu le Mercredi 14 novembre 2012 à Paris.
Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality. Error Reduction and Performance Improvement in the Emergency Department through Formal Teamwork Training: Evaluation Results of the MedTeams Project - Morey - 2002 - Health Services Research. Congrès Divers / AFHSH. SIMHELIMED. AFHSH. European HEMS & Air Ambulance Committee e.V. Analysis in a number of industrial sectors (e.g.: aviation industry, nuclear power industry, petrochemical industry) have indicated that not the material or technical failure are the major causes, but up to 80% of accident causes can be attributed to human factors.
Not only the technical skills like flying an aircraft or learning knowledge are important, but especially the non-technical skills (NTS) like communication, teamwork, leadership, situation awareness and decision-making. These non-technical skills are building the content of the training program “Crew Resource Management (CRM)”, which is compulsory for pilots and crewmembers in HEMS. With a long history in aviation industry, CRM is focusing on the target groups in this industry. In HEMS, also the medical procedures in the team are an important part of the mission, including the emergency physician as medical team member. Target Groups pilots HEMS crewmember emergency physician maintenance staff Here are some main points: Mag. Errant Notebook Sends Diving Ship Off-Station - HF in Design - Aerossurance.
Errant Notebook Sends Diving Ship Off-Station – HF in Design The Australian National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) has recently published a safety alert on a serious incident to a Dynamic Position (DP) vessel that made an uncommanded movement during a diving operation that highlighted a significant design vulnerability.
HEMS Black Hole Accident: "Organisational, Regulatory and Oversight Deficiencies" - Aerossurance. HEMS Black Hole Accident: “Organisational, Regulatory and Oversight Deficiencies” The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has issued their report into a fatal night-time Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) accident during a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) departure in ‘black-hole’ conditions.
These conditions “typically occur over water or over dark, featureless terrain where the only visual stimuli are lights located on and/or near the airport or landing zone”. Depiction of Ornge S-76A C-GIMY’s Descent (Credit: TSB) On 31 May 2013, at 0011 Local Time, Sikorsky S-76A helicopter C-GIMY, operated by the rotary wing (RW) arm of HEMS provider Ornge, departed from the remote Moosonee Airport in Northern Ontario. 2013 04 10 11 27 01 depeche apm transports heliportes afhsh 1. PhaseofFlightDefinitions. Analyse de l’activité dans un SAMU, Etude de cas. Répertoire Opérationnel des Ressources PACA. Bienvenue sur le site de démonstration du Répertoire Opérationnel des Ressources Le compte utilisateur / utilisateur est à votre disposition pour découvrir cette application.
Préparer un vol avec Mach7. New iPad accessory update - iPad Pilot News. New tablets mean new accessories, as companies like RAM and MyGoFlight follow up Apple’s announcements a few months later with their own new product introductions. A slew of new accessories hit the market recently, so here we’ll review what’s new. The latest generation from Apple now features three sizes of iPad: the 7.9″ iPad Mini 4, the 9.7″ iPad Pro and the 12.9″ iPad Pro. The 9.7″ iPad Pro is compatible with most existing mounts and kneeboards (from RAM, MyGoFlight, Flight Gear, Flight Outfitters), so there’s no need for new accessories with that model. But the iPad Mini 4 and the all-new 12.9″ iPad Pro have different case sizes, so if you’re upgrading you’ll need a new mount or kneeboard – and maybe a screen protector. iPad Mini 4 mounts from RAM. Pertes de contrôle sur avions de ligne : compagnies contre constructeurs.
La perte de contrôle sur avion de ligne est un problème qui n’a rien de théorique. De nombreuses causes peuvent faire en sorte qu’un avion se retrouve hors de son enveloppe de vol. Une action appropriée et correcte de la part des pilotes est nécessaire pour retrouver un domaine de vol normal. Par contre, les compagnies aériennes et les constructeurs ne sont jamais totalement d’accord sur la manière de sortir un avion de ligne d’une situation dangereuse.
Flight Safety Foundation. Experienced airline pilots have evolved strategies against automation complacency. By Hemant Bhana Automation refers to control of a process or system by a machine or electronic device. Each automated system requires a different level of monitoring by the user. Some require extensive operator input and monitoring, while others are almost completely independent. For example, entering an elevator car and selecting the desired floor requires minimal monitoring. Flight Nurse Information. A flight nurse (also known as aero-medical nurses) is a highly trained registered nurse who provides emergency medical care to all types of patient’s while they are being transferred to the hospital via aircraft. Rescue operations and/or aero-medical evacuations may take place aboard various aircraft’s such as jet aircraft, propeller aircraft and/or helicopters.
During these situations an aero-medical nurse may be accompanied by an emergency medical crew or critical care air transport team to provide the patient(s) and on-board nurse with additional medical support and expertise, however in some cases these on-board nurses may also work alone on flights that do not require a medical team and/or additional medical support. A medical support team may include various medical specialists such as flight paramedics, flight physicians (aka flight surgeons) and/or respiratory practitioners along with the primary aero-medical nurse, pilot & co pilot. Responsibilities Daily Routine. Sans titre. Professeur des Universités en Psychologie Ergonomique. Are physicians required during winch rescue missions in an Australian helicopter emergency medical service?
Emergency Medicine Journalemj.bmj.com 2014;31:229-232 doi:10.1136/emermed-2012-201879 Prehospital care + Author Affiliations Correspondence to Dr Peter Brendon Sherren, Department of Pre-hospital Care, Greater Sydney Area HEMS Sydney, NSW 2011, Australia; firstname.lastname@example.org Received 16 August 2012 Revised 8 November 2012 Accepted 6 January 2013 Published Online First 26 January 2013 Abstract Background A helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) capable of winching offers several advantages over standard rescue operations. Human Error Types - SKYbrary Aviation Safety. Definition Errors are the result of actions that fail to generate the intended outcomes. They are categorized according to the cognitive processes involved towards the goal of the action and according to whether they are related to planning or execution of the activity.
Description Actions by human operators can fail to achieve their goal in two different ways: The actions can go as planned, but the plan can be inadequate, or the plan can be satisfactory, but the performance can still be deficient (Hollnagel, 1993). Errors can be broadly distinguished in two categories: Category 1 - A person intends to carry out an action, the action is appropriate, carries it out incorrectly, and the desired goal is not achieved. - An execution failure has occurred. AVIATION AUTOMATION: THE SEARCH FOR A HUMAN-CENTERED APPROACH - Transport Research International Documentation - TRID.
NASA-TLX. The NASA Task Load Index (NASA-TLX) is a widely used, subjective, multidimensional assessment tool that rates perceived workload in order to assess a task, system, or team's effectiveness or other aspects of performance. It was developed by the Human Performance Group at NASA's Ames Research Center over a three-year development cycle that included more than 40 laboratory simulations. It has been cited in over 4,400 studies, highlighting the influence the NASA-TLX has had in human factors research. It has been used in a variety of domains, including aviation, healthcare and other complex socio-technical domains. Image of the paper-and-pencil version of the NASA-TLX rating scale Scales NASA-TLX originally consisted of two parts: the total workload is divided into six subscales that are represented on a single page, serving as one part of the questionnaire: Mental DemandPhysical DemandTemporal DemandPerformanceEffortFrustration Mental Demand Physical Demand Temporal Demand.
Cooper–Harper rating scale. The Cooper–Harper rating scale is a set of criteria used by test pilots and flight test engineers to evaluate the handling qualities of aircraft during flight test. The scale ranges from 1 to 10, with 1 indicating the best handling characteristics and 10 the worst. The criteria are evaluative and thus the scale is considered subjective. Background Development Sign In. Ranking: 2014 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.378 | 89/334 Engineering (miscellaneous) | 114/184 Applied Psychology (Scopus®) This item requires a subscription to Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making. To view this item, select one of the options below: Already an individual subscriber? If so, please sign in to Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making with your User Name and Password. Pay per Article - You may purchase this article for US$36.00.
Sans titre. This checklist was written by Professor James Reason and presented at the 2000 Manly Conference. Reproduced with permission. Safety Audits - SKYbrary Aviation Safety. Definition Safety auditing is a core safety management activity, providing a means of identifying potential problems before they have an impact on safety. Safety regulatory audit means a systematic and independent examination conducted by, or on behalf of, a national supervisory authority to determine whether complete safety-related arrangements or elements thereof, related to processes and their results, products or services, comply with required safety-related arrangements and whether they are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve expected results (Regulation (EU) No 1034/2011 on safety oversight in ATM and ANS) Objective. Safety in high-risk helicopter operations: The role of additional crew in accident prevention.
Abstract Objectives. Resilience and brittleness in the offshore helicopter transportation system: The identification of constraints and sacrifice decisions in pilots’ work. A Graduate Program in Informatics-NCE&IM, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Cidade Universitária, Ilha do Fundão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazilb Ohio State University, Ohio, USAc National Nuclear Energy Commission/Nuclear Engineering Institute, Cidade Universitária-Ilha do Fundão, Rio de Janeiro RJ 21945-970, Brazil Received 17 September 2007, Revised 14 March 2008, Accepted 23 March 2008, Available online 8 April 2008.
SMS Toolkit. Safety Culture: Measurement - AviationKnowledge. Flight Safety Foundation. Site ALAT. Home. EHEST. Théorie hélico (simplifiée) Théorie hélico (simplifiée) Comment ça marche ? - Fédération française de Giraviation. Comment ça marche ? - Fédération française de Giraviation. Enhancing pilot situational awareness for increased safety - Intelligent Aerospace. Home. EHEST - European Helicopter Safety Team and Its Activities. Electronic Flight Bag.
Clean Sky. Glossaire. EHEST Analysis Report FR 2011.