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The majority of aviation accidents are caused by…
The “E” in the SHELL model means… See figure (HPL- 001)
The “L” in the SHELL model means… See figure (HPL- 001)
The “swiss cheese model” can be used to explain the…
Which two parameters have to be considered in a risk assessment?
What is the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere at 6000 ft?
What is the percentage of nitrogen in the atmosphere?
At which altitude is the atmospheric pressure approximately half the MSL value (1013 hPa)?
Air consists of oxygen, nitrogen and other gases. What is the approximate percentage of other gases?
Carbon monoxide poisoning can be caused by…
What does the term “Red-out” mean?
Which kind of risks are associated with the use of handheld pulse oximeters?
Which of the following is NOT a symptom of hyperventilaton?
Which of the following symptoms may indicate hypoxia?
Which of the human senses is most influenced by hypoxia?
From which altitude on does the body usually react to the decreasing atmospheric pressure?
Which altitude marks the lower limit where the the body is unable to completely compensate the effects of the low atmospheric pressure?
What is the function of the red blood cells (erythrocytes)?
Which of the following is responsible for the blood coagulation?
What is the function of the white blood cells (leucocytes)?
What is the function of the blood platelets (thrombocytes)?
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for hypoxia?
Anemic hypoxia can be caused by…
Which type of hypoxia can be caused by high altitude?
Which dangerous situation could arise when the helicopter engine is started in strong tailwind conditions?
Which hazard arises during a helicopter night flight in blowing snow?
What is an appropriate reaction when a passenger during cruise flight suddenly feels uncomfortable?
What ist the correct term for an involuntary and stereotypical reaction of an organism to the stimulation of a receptor?
What is the correct term for the system which, among others, controls breathing, digestion, and heart frequency?
From about which altitude on does the night vision capability start to reduce?
What is the parallax error?
Which characteristic is important when choosing sunglasses used by pilots?
What time is required approximately for the eyes to adapt to brightness?
Which part of the visual system is responsible for colour vision?
The connection between middle ear and nose and throat region is called…
In which situation is it NOT possible to achieve a pressure compensation between the middle ear and the environment?
Wings level after a longer period of turning can lead to the impression of…
Which of the following options does NOT stimulate motion sickness (disorientation)?
An acceleration during a straight horizontal flight can lead to the illusion of…
A deceleration during a straight horizontal flight can lead to the illusion of…
What is a Coriolis illusion?
Which optical illusion might be caused by a runway with an upslope during the approach?
What impression may be caused when approaching a runway with an upslope?
The occurence of a vertigo is most likely when moving the head…
A Grey-out is the result of…
Visual illusions are mostly caused by…
The human circadian cycle is based on a cycle of approximately…
The average decrease of blood alcohol level for an adult in one hour is approximately…
What has to be taken into consideration when comparing medication which is only available on prescription with medication that is available over the counter?
Which answer states a risk factor for diabetes?
A risk factor for decompression sickness is…
Which of the following options does NOT require an immendiate consultation of an aeromedical examiner?
Which statement is correct with regard to the interaction between perception and experience?
Which statement is correct with regard to the short-term memory?
For what approximate time period can the short-time memory store information?
What is a latent error?
What does the term “confirmation bias” mean?
What does the abbreviation “CFIT” mean?
The ongoing process to monitor the current flight situation is called…
Regarding the communication model, how can the use of the same code during radio communication be ensured?
Which of the following attitudes are not hazardous when piloting an aircraft?
In what different ways can a risk be handled appropriately?
Under which circumstances is it more likely to accept higher risks?
What is the meaning of “risky shift”?
Which dangerous attitudes are often combined?
What is an indication for a macho attitude?
Which factor can lead to human error?
What is the best combination of traits with respect to the individual attitude and behaviour for a pilot?
Complacency is a risk due to…
The ideal level of arousal is at which point in the diagram? See figure (HPL- 002) P = Performance, A = Arousal / Stress
At which point in the diagram will a pilot find himself to be overstrained? See figure (HPL-002) P = Performance, A = Arousal / Stress
Which of the following qualities are influenced by stress? 1. Attention 2. Concentration 3. Responsiveness 4. Memory
Which answer is correct concerning stress?
What can cause an increased number of errors, tunnel vision and reduced attention?