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Crew Resource Management
Transport Canada Advisory Circular 700-042
CRM COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS BY JANUARY 31, 2019:
1) Company Operations Manual Amendment: CRM training plan - submitted by January 31, 2019.
2) Application to Primary Operations Inspector (POI): Approval for CRM training program as applicable to company specific – submitted by January 31, 2019.
3) Active Pilots: Trained by January 31, 2019.
4) Non- Active Pilots: Trained before resuming active duty.
Transport Canada (TC) Crew Resource Management (CRM) e-learning course.
Transport Canada is offering a CRM e-learning course with the overarching goal to provide guidance necessary in the validation process of their CRM training program.
TC training objectives are as follows:
1) TC’s Advisory Circular (AC) 700-042.
2) CRM training requirements checklist that forms part of AC 700-042.
3) Non-Technical Skill Elements and its relationship with TP 6533 Approved Check Pilot Manual.
Follow the links provided and to take the time to review the 30 minute CRM e-learning course available in both official languages: http://tc.strategia.ca/client/Courses/M ... html5.html
Your Company Compliance Status?
Need a Solution?
QualaTech Aero Consulting Ltd. has the solution: providing the operator with a CRM template that meets all the requirements as per TC critical information.
1) Inclusive of 90 to 95% of critical information in a usable TRAINING FORMAT.
2) Requires 5 to 10% input by the individual operator of your company pictures / case studies / discussions etc. (Approximately 8 to 10 hours of company personnel time).
3) Promotes intellectual ownership of the CRM document and knowledge with which to inter-act with TC.
4) Easily integrates to making the correct COM amendment for TC submission.
5) Professional document for submission to the POI for review and acceptance.
Keith Green - 1-250-213-5025
Yes, somehow it is also applicable to single pilot ops. Fancy way to legislate "Aviate, Navigate, Communicate"
We have to define suitable accommodation so that companies can't make us sleep in a shed, detailing proper fatigue management isn't unreasonable.