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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 11:23 pm    Post subject: Hurry-Up Syndrome Reply with quote

Hurry-Up Syndrome

This review of the Hurry-up Syndrome is an adaptation of a research study in which 125 ASKS incident records that involved time related problems were studied. We define Hurry-up Syndrome as any situation where a pilot's human performance is degraded by a perceived or actual need to hurry or rush tasks or duties for any reason. These time related pressures include the need of a company agent or ground personnel to open a gate for another aircraft, pressure from ATC to expedite taxi for take-off or to meet a restriction in clearance time, the pressure to keep on schedule when delays have occurred due to maintenance or weather, or the inclination to hurry to avoid exceeding duty time regulations ...
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