#175 Case Study: Checklisten im Risikomanagement

In einem Interview in Air&Space spricht Chesley Sullenberger über seine spektakuläre Airbus-Landung im Hudson River. Bemerkenswert vor allem gegen Ende der Passus über die Verwendung von Notfall-Checklisten (soviel zum Thema Grenzen der Planung):

Air & Space: Does the Airbus operator’s manual have a procedure for ditching?

Sullenberger: Yes.

Air & Space: So your first officer would have found that procedure and had a checklist to go through for the ditching procedure?

Sullenberger: Not in this case. Time would not allow it. The higher priority procedure to follow was for the loss of both engines. The ditching would have been far secondary to that. Not only did we not have time to go through a ditching checklist, we didn’t have time to even finish the checklist for loss of thrust in both engines. That was a three-page checklist, and we didn’t even have time to finish the first page. That’s how time-compressed this was.


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