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Module 09, Human Factors. 09.1. General. Question Number. 1. Accidents and engineering faults are. Option A. insignificant and decreasing. Option B. significant and increasing. Option C. insignificant and increasing. Correct Answer is. significant and increasing. Explanation. CAP 715 Ch.1 Para.2.5 CAP 716 App.G pg.2 Para 1.3.1. Question Number. 2. Murphy's law is perpetuated mainly by. Option A. violations. Option B. poor aircraft design. Option C. complacency. Correct Answer is. complacency. Explanation. CAP 715 Ch.1 Para.3.1. Question Number. 3. Murphy's law can be regarded as the notion. Option A. If something can go wrong it will'. Option B. It can never happen to me'. Option C. If something goes wrong I am certain to get the blame'. Correct Answer is. If something can go wrong it will'. Explanation. CAP 715 Ch.1 Para.3.1. Question Number. 4. A company's safety policy should be defined in. Option A. in CAP 716. Option B. the Maintenance Schedule.
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Option C. the Maintenance Organization Exposition. Correct Answer is. the Maintenance Organization Exposition. Explanation. CAP 715 Ch.2 Para.2.1. Question Number. 5. Which of the following is least associated with the study of human factors?. Option A. Ergonomics. Option B. Health and Safety. Option C. Human error. Correct Answer is. Health and Safety. Explanation. CAP 715 Ch.9 (1st Para.). Question Number. 6. The incident where a 737 lost oil from both engines is a direct result of. Option A. poor design. Option B. human error. Option C. engine vibration. Correct Answer is. human error. Explanation. CAP 716 Ch.4 Para.5.4.2 and App.F Para.1.7. Question Number. 7. If a 737 had both engines serviced and lost oil from both engines in flight. This. Option A. can be expected to happen statistically due to the number of aircraft in service. Option B. would be a direct result of human error. Option C. can be considered an acceptable probability. Correct Answer is. would be a direct result of human error. Explanation. CAP 716 App.F Para 1.7. Question Number. 8. What do you do when someone is hypothermic?. Option A. Warm them up.
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Option B. Feed them sweet things because of their diabetes. Option C. Give them a drink because of dehydration. Correct Answer is. Warm them up. Explanation. Hypothermia is dangerously low body temperature. Question Number. 9. The percentage of accidents attributable to aircraft maintenance and inspection causes is. Option A. now less significant due to the introduction of more sophisticated aircraft. Option B. significant and rising. Option C. now less significant due to more advanced maintenance practices. Correct Answer is. significant and rising. Explanation. CAP 718 Ch.1 Para.1 and 4. CAP 716 App.G Para.1.3.1. Question Number.
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course AIRCRAFT 2008.09.00 taught by Professor Dr.alan during the One '11 term at TAFE NSW - Sydney Institute.

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