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Crew Resource Management

  1. 1. Crew Resource Management as a Knowledge Management Tool in the Airline Industry Lisa West LIS 880 Fall 2012
  2. 2. What is CRM?  Crew Resource Management is the sharing of knowledge and best practices to reduce errors and incidents.  Used by high reliability organizations (HROs):  aviation, military, fire services, oil production, nuclear operations, commercial shipping, medical field  CRM has been used by commercial airlines since 1981
  3. 3. History  Initiated by NASA in 1979  NASA discovered crashes due to lack of:  Interpersonal communication  Poor decision making  Lack of leadership skills
  4. 4. Evolution of CRM  United Airlines adopts CRM in 1981.  Used Blake and Mouton’s “Managerial Grid” concept: examine one’s managerial style  Training through lecture and non-jeopardy scenarios  1986 group dynamics emphasized: team building, decision making, situation awareness, stress management, “breaking the chain of errors”
  5. 5. Evolution of CRM  1990s grows to include pilots, flight attendants, dispatch, maintenance  Currently Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) requires CRM to be incorporated into all aspects of training  Error management is a key component to CRM  Required by FAA and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for airlines in 185 countries
  6. 6. CRM Components  Communication  Leadership Skills  Decision-making  Situation Awareness  Monitoring  Crosschecking  Understanding one’s limitation
  7. 7. CRM Components  Social Skills  Cooperation  Team building, team maintenance, considering and supporting others, conflict resolution  Leadership/Management Skills  Authority, standards maintenance, planning, coordination, workload management  Cognitive Skills  Situation Awareness  Awareness of systems, the environment, and time  Decision Making  Diagnosis of threat, problem resolution, risk assessment, result analysis
  8. 8. CRM Training  Initial Training      Lectures Case study review Audio/visual material Practical exercise Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) role-playing  Annual re-training  Line Operation Safety Audits (LOSA)
  9. 9. LOSA  Real life data collection  Flight deck crew actions  Threats and errors  Threat and error management  CRM skills evaluated and recorded  Strict “non-jeopardy” conditions  Data used for training development
  10. 10. Statistics  Poor CRM major contributor in Greek fatal aviation accidents from1983 to 2003  60% of US Navy and Marine Corps. accidents from 1991 to 2000 involved CRM failure in cockpit.  Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) reports 70% of incidents involved inadequate communication of information  General aviation crashes in Australia due to loss of situational awareness, a CRM skill
  11. 11. Statistics  98% of flights face threats  Errors occur on 82% of flights  70% decrease in crashes since the inception of CRM
  12. 12. Keys to CRM success  Operational and cultural shift  An environment that facilitates communication  Not a one-time fix, but continuing component of a safety culture  Trust in organization  Self-disclosure of information
  13. 13. Keys to CRM success  LOSA observations resulting in changes to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)  Sharing of information  Information management  Verbal cues among stakeholders
  14. 14. CRM Learning History  United Airlines flight 232  Sioux City, Iowa crash July 19, 1989  CRM cited by Captain Haynes and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as major reason 185 of 296 people on board survived.  In 34 min. prior to crash, 31 pieces of communication per minute  NTSB cockpit voice recorder transcript
  15. 15. CRM Learning History  Flight 232 taught United Airlines CRM transfer of knowledge saves lives  Was a benchmark of best practice in:         Communication Leadership skills Decision-making Teamwork Situation awareness Monitoring Cross-checking Understanding one’s limitations
  16. 16. CRM Issues  No training standards  FAA and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) support training through assistance and recommendations  Difficult to transfer to other cultures
  17. 17. CRM as cost reduction  Cost of commercial aviation accident       $100 million Lost revenue Loss of employee productivity Disruption in routes Poor customer perception Loss of reputation
  18. 18. CRM as life saver  CRM promotes teamwork  Discovers and reduces accidents and errors  Part of organizational learning  Creates benchmarks of best practices  Shares knowledge  Behavioral changes  SAVES LIVES!
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