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The migration of crew resource management training

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posted on 25.10.2019, 00:00 by BJH Hayward, AR Lowe, Matthew ThomasMatthew Thomas
Crew resource management (CRM) training has its origins in a very practical problem first described in the late 1970s: a string of serious aviation accidents precipitated by the ineffective management of available resources. While CRM training was originally aimed exclusively at flight deck crew members, the concept eventually spread to other safety critical roles within aviation (cabin crew, maintenance, air traffic control), and has since been successfully applied in a range of other safety critical domains, including maritime and rail operations, health care, and the offshore oil and gas industry. This chapter examines the migration of CRM philosophy and training methods to these other important operational roles and domains.

History

Editor

Kanki BG; Anca J; Chidester TR

Start Page

421

End Page

447

Number of Pages

27

ISBN-13

9780128129951

Publisher

Academic Press

Place of Publication

Oxford, UK.

Open Access

No

External Author Affiliations

Dédale Asia Pacific, Vic.

Era Eligible

Yes

Edition

3rd

Number of Chapters

22