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Avturburner created the topic: TEM questions
Gday Bob and Rich
I've left this a bit late because my exam is tomorrow but wondering if you can help me out.
Is operational pressure a latent/organisational pressure? not an internal
Also is it right to believe an execution countermeasure is basically monitoring, however if you notice a problem i.e alternator failure and then start turning off lights this is a review countermeasure because you responded to a the threat? Therefore any response to a threat is review?
According to CASA's CAAP, operational pressure would be an organisational threat. It is the result of poor organisation.
An execution countermeasure involves monitoring and cross checking but it also includes systems management. Therefore I agree that any response to a threat related to systems would be considered an execution countermeasure.
Hi bob, still confused sorry.
So would be responding to the stall warning by applying power and lowering the nose be an execution countermeasure?
My confusion is coming from the definition (of review countermeasure) in the book "identifying and addressing the issues as they arise" could you provide an example that would be review but not execution?
Also I have issue 6 2010 HUF book but the last four answer of the TEM are missing at the back, could you please let me know the answers for 21-24?
Thanks for your quick response