Risk assessment | Gliding | BETA

To keep the risk of accidents very low, you need to look at more things than just Currency and I'am safe . Make a risk assessment before the flight. Fill out this list and determine whether you can safely start your planned flight.

Colour Trainingsbarometer:
Sleep:
How do you feel:
Course of the day:
The weather:
The plane:
Surroundings:
Flight type:

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Following the example of the PHAK (Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge Chapter 17) risk assessment. This has been adapted for gliding. The point distribution is therefore subjective and debatable. If you want to propose an adjustment, you can do so here.