The Rogue vs. The Moose (2011) Pilot/Crew Decision Making - Series #1
Video length - approx. 20 minutes.
WARNING - This video contains actual footage from a fatal accident and may not be suitable for all audiences.
This video is the first in the Pilot/Crew Decision Making (PDM/CDM) Series produced by System Safety Services and challenges the viewer to recognize the links that form to cause the accident. The video then demonstrates the links and finally the safety nets that can help prevent a repeat of the accident.
This video is designed to be a training video for aviation pilots, particularly General Aviation pilots.
This video is based on an actual accident. It uses actual video from the pilot's camera to illustrate the links that lead to the fatal accident.
An experienced pilot (2,800 hours) makes a fatal error in judgment that results in five fatalities. The video shows the many links that lead to the final error. (See case study below)
The video is used in System Safety Services, Pilot Decision Making Part 1, workshop.
Copies of this video, the training booklet and the facilitator notes that accompany it, may be obtained directly from System Safety Services on DVD with appropriate chapters.
Cost of this video or others in the series is $175.00 Canadian funds plus shipping and handling.
A selection of any six (6) training videos may be obtained for $900.00 Canadian plus shipping and handling. This is a savings of $275 over individual ordering.
Funds from the videos are used to produce further training videos in the series.