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Human factors mastery quiz

Human factors mastery quiz

If you do not get at least 9 questions correct you should review the material again then retake the quiz


Click on the answer you believe is correct

Click on the answer you believe is correct

If you are correct you will move onto the next question

If you are wrong you will be taken to some explanation or information; you should then click on the correct answer

Your score will not be recorded – keep a note for yourself how many of your first answers are correct


Non technical skills

Non technical skills

Include things like map-reading

Are less important than technical skills

Reduce the risk of adverse outcomes


What three things are involved in human factors

What three things are involved in human factors?

Task, individual & team

Self, team & casualty

Feelings, behaviours & personality


In the human factors model used on this wikispace what comes between assessment and communication

In the human factors model used on this wikispace what comes between assessment and communication?

Domination

Decision making

Doubt

Drive


Humans are prone to making errors

Humans are prone to making errors

True

False


The types of errors humans are most likely to make are

The types of errors humans are most likely to make are

Underestimating hazards & communication errors

Failure to notice change & communication errors

Underestimating hazards & failure to notice change


Which of the following does not increase the likelihood of making an error

Which of the following does NOT increase the likelihood of making an error?

Complacency

Distraction

Stress

Experience


Effective teamwork increases safety

Effective teamwork increases safety

True

False


There is no difference between errors and violations

There is no difference between errors and violations

TrueFalse


Situational awareness is

Situational awareness is

Not normally needed in an outdoor setting

An accurate perception and understanding of the environment

Only required by aviators


Human errors are due to sloppiness

Human errors are due to sloppiness

True

False


The end

The end

If fewer than 9 of your initial answers were correct, review the material on the maps page before answering the questions again

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