Powerful Flight Risk Assessment on the iOS Platform
Administrators have full control over the questions asked to the pilots. There are 3 styles of questions. A FRAT form can have any combination of the following.
- Yes / No
- Multiple Choice
- Catch all - User adds description and assigns a point they feel appropriate.
These type of questions can be set to not reset on new legs. This saves time by reducing the number of questions on legs 2+.
Pilots are given unique login details, they can use the app from multiple devices. Pilots are grouped by type they fly. This makes finding the pilot easier if you have many pilots. There is no limit on the number of pilots you can have.
When a user fills out a Risk Assessment and submits it, the app does 2 things. First it creates a PDF of the questions and answers and emails this to the email addresses you provide. There is 3 tiers the email can be sent. if a user goes over a caution or maximum score the pdf can be mailed to additional addresses. The next thing the app does is it uploads the encrypted data to a server. This data is used in Risk Reports and can be downloaded to create new PDF's if needed.
The app can collect all the submitted data for your company and generate a PDF that will show the top 5 riskiest
- First Officers
- AC Types
It also shows you the number of times each question has been answered by answer.
This FRAT App is unique to the Risk Assessment Tool World as it incorporates multipliers.
Multipliers allow you to set up question associations that handle compound Risk. A good example of where this can be used is the following.
"Captain has less then 200 hours in type - 3 points"
"First Officer has less then 200 hours in type - 3 points"
If the user answers yes to both these question you can set the app to add an additional 1-10 points. You can have multiple multipliers for each question.
Airplanes are separated by tail number and grouped by type. When you select a tail number the pilot list is populated with pilots that are flying that type. There is no limit on the number of tail numbers or ac types you can have in the app unless you sign up for the Basic plan.
There is a option to have current TAF and METARs attached to the FRAT form. This requires internet access at the time of submission. You can also look at the weather while filling out the questionnaire. The weather is also uploaded to the cloud with the questions, this will be useful during potential audits.
The app is either setup as 1 per leg or 1 per trip (up to 7 legs)
This allows your crews to fill out the FRAT at the beginning of the day and forget about it. The separate legs have serrate scores so you don't have to worry about adding all the risk on to a single score.