TEST BORRADO, QUIZÁS LE INTERESE: Cuestionario Examen Regulatorio
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Cuestionario Examen Regulatorio



Fecha de Creación: 29/05/2024

Categoría: Psicotécnicos

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What is the regulation regarding civil aviation security in Colombia ? RAC 145 RAC 160 RAC 49.
What constitutes an act of unlawful interference ? Theft of luggage ay airports Overloading an aircraft during the flight Destruction of an aircraft in service.
What does the term "Prohibited Device"? An item not allowed in carry on baggage An electronic device posing a danger to flight safety A substance or object that can be transported by air without restrictions.
What should be done if a dangerous article or device is discovered in the aviation industry? Handle it with care to avoid accidental detonation Notify your superior and security immediately Attempt to deactivate it personally to prevent further issues.
What is the main objective of aircraft sealing? Avoid theft of personal belongings on airplanes Prevent, detect, and deter illicit entries to the aircraft Facilitate access to storage compartments.
What records should be kept for perimeter access control of aircraft? Written record of the arrival and departure times of personnel Photographic record of employees entering the security circle Record of the identification documents of people entering the aircraft.
What is one of the criteria defining an "approved part" in aviation ? Good design quality Compliance with the requirements of Part 21 regulation Maintenance performed according to company standards.
What is a Suspected Unapproved Part (SUP)? A part that has been confirmed as not approved and must be reported A part that has not been adequately inspected before installation A temporary designation for a part that cannot be confirmed as approved or not.
What is meant by "Operational Safety" in aviation? Protection of confidential information of airlines Reduction and maintenance of the risk of injuries and damages through hazard and risk management Continuous improvement of customer service in the aviation industry.
What is a proactive Safety Operational program developed by Avianca? Change management Customer satisfaction surveys Safety Operational audits.
What do non-punitive reports in Avianca's Integral Safety policy aim to achieve? Identify employees responsible for incidents and apply sanctions Share experiences to learn from mistakes without punishing employees Discourage employees from reporting safety issues.
What is one of the established means to make Safety Operational reports (IRO)? AMOS Online form (AQD) Social media.
What must laws and regulations in the aviation industry comply with? They are optional and can be ignored in emergencies They must prevail over any other operational aspect They can be complied with only if they do not affect the flight schedule.
What can be reported in an Informe de Reporte de Seguridad Operacional (IRO)? Incidents of passenger mistreatment during flight Any hazard or condition that could generate incidents and/or accidents Complaints about the food served onboard the aircraft.
What are "dangerous goods" in aviation? Goods that are expensive and require extra care during transport Goods that can pose a significant risk to health, safety, or property when transported by air Goods that are prohibited for transportation in any circumstances.
What was the first edition of IATA's dangerous goods regulations called? IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations IATA Restricted Articles Regulations IATA Regulations for Hazardous Materials.
What is an essential component for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air? Specialized aircraft for dangerous goods transport Properly tested packaging according to UN specifications Dedicated crew members for handling dangerous goods.
What is the philosophy behind IATA's dangerous goods regulations? To prohibit the transportation of all dangerous goods by air To provide a harmonized system for safe and efficient acceptance and transport of dangerous goods To make the transportation of dangerous goods more expensive for airlines.
Which class of dangerous goods includes explosives? Class 2 Class 4 Class 1 .
What are the three groups of packaging based on the degree of risk presented by dangerous goods? Group A, Group B, Group C Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 Group I, Group II, Group III .
Who is responsible for all aspects of packaging of dangerous according to the regulations ? Airline operators The state of origin The shipper .
What are the types of labels used for dangerous goods? Warning labels, safety labels Hazard labels, handling Labels Risk labels, handling labels.
Which class of dangerous goods includes toxic substances? Class 4 Class 5 Class 6.
What is the primary concern when transporting dangerous goods by air? Avoiding delays in the transport process Ensuring the goods arrive at their destination quickly Ensuring the safety of passengers, crew, and the aircraft.
25 What does SMS stand for in aviation? Safety Management System Secure Maintenance Strategy Systematic Monitoring Service Security Management Scheme.
Which component of SMS involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating operational risks? Safety Policy Risk Management Responsibility Assignment Continuous Improvement.
What is the main goal of an SMS in aviation? Achieving maximum profits Reducing fuel consumption Improving operational efficiency Enhancing safety.
What does the "Continuous Improvement" component of SMS involve? Identifying hazards Assigning safety responsibilities Monitoring safety performance Implementing safety actions for improvement.
Why is SMS important in aviation? To reduce passenger comfort To increase flight delays To improve safety performance To decrease aircraft maintenance costs.
What are human factors in aviation? The study of aircraft design The study of pilot psychology The study of how human performance can affect aviation safety The study of weather conditions for flying.
What is the "Dirty Dozen" in aviation? A list of aircraft maintenance procedures A group of common human errors that can lead to accidents A set of regulations for aviation security A collection of airline safety guidelines.
Which of the following is an example of a "Dirty Dozen" factor? Properly maintaining aircraft records Adhering to air traffic control instructions Maintaining situational awareness Complacency and lack of vigilance.
What is the purpose of Crew Resource Management (CRM) training? To teach pilots how to repair aircraft systems To improve communication and teamwork among flight crews To train flight attendants on passenger service To instruct mechanics on aircraft maintenance procedures.
Which of the following is NOT a component of the "Dirty Dozen"? Fatigue Lack of assertiveness Inadequate training Weather conditions.
What is the primary goal of error management in aviation? To eliminate all errors and mistakes To assign blame to individuals responsible for errors To identify and mitigate errors before they lead to accidents To increase the workload on pilots to avoid errors.
Which of the following is an example of a physical factor in human performance? Decision-making skills Communication abilities Vision and hearing Attitude towards risk-taking.
What does the "Normalization of Deviance" refer to in aviation? Pilots deviating from flight plans due to weather conditions Repeatedly violating safety procedures until they become the norm The process of normalizing maintenance errors Air traffic controllers deviating from standard separation rules.
Which human factor can lead to an increased likelihood of errors during high-stress situations? Complacency Distraction Overconfidence Lack of assertiveness.
How can organizations address human factors in aviation? By blaming individuals for errors By improving communication and teamwork By ignoring human performance issues By focusing solely on technical aspects of flying.
What does FAR 65 primarily govern? Air traffic control procedures Aircraft flight operations Aircraft maintenance personnel certification Airport security regulations.
Which FAR focuses on maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration of aircraft? FAR 65 FAR 43 FAR 145 FAR 147.
Which type of facilities does FAR 145 apply to? Flight schools Airports Aircraft manufacturing plants Repair stations.
FAR 147 is associated with: Aircraft manufacturing regulations Airport security protocols Aviation maintenance technician schools Air traffic control procedures.
What does FAR 65 require for individuals seeking aircraft mechanic certification? Completion of a flight training program Demonstrated experience as a pilot Compliance with air traffic control procedures Meeting training, testing, and experience requirements.
Which FAR focuses on the approval and certification of repair stations? FAR 65 FAR 43 FAR 145 FAR 147.
What is the primary purpose of FAR 43? Regulating aircraft registration Enforcing air traffic control procedures Providing guidelines for aircraft maintenance and alterations Establishing aviation safety protocols.
Which category of individuals does FAR 65 pertain to? Air traffic controllers Aircraft owners Flight attendants Aviation maintenance personnel.
What is the focus of FAR 147? Airline management procedures Aircraft design and manufacturing standards Aviation maintenance technician training programs Airport security regulations.
Which of the following incidents should be reported using an (IRO)? Induced Damage Cabin entertainment system malfunction Employee's overtime hours.
Which manual is associated with the Approved Maintenance Organization (OMA)? Repair Station Manual (RSM) Maintenance Organization Exposition (MOE) Maintenance Organization Manual (MOM).
Which location is not an authorized base for the Approved Maintenance Organization (OMA)? Cali Yopal Casanare.
What are the phases involved in the inspection process? Introduction, primary, secondary, final, approval of maintenance Initial, intermediate, hidden damage, final, Maintenance Certificate of Compliance Preliminary, in-progress, obvious damage, final, maintenance conformity.
What does "LAR" stand for in the aviation context? Latin American Regulations Local Aviation Requirements Latino Aeronautical Regulations.
Which regulatory reference applies to the Approved Maintenance Organization (OMA)? RAC 65 RAC 21 RAC 145.
Which of the following would be considered a significant change in the Operational Maintenance Administration (OMA)? Maintenance Certificate of Compliance Time-Limited Agreement (TLLicense Operator's Manual.
According to regulations, which aircraft registrations fall under the jurisdiction of the Approved Maintenance Organization (OMA)?? Registration N Registration HK Registration PH.
What does Chapter 7 of the Manual of Maintenance Organization (OMfocus on? Introduction and Quality Policy Change Management Company Organization and Responsibilities AMOS Maintenance Software Structure.
What does the List of Capabilities in the OMA represent? A list of personnel roles and responsibilities An overview of the company's financial performance The scope and limitations of the RAC 145 certificate Safety procedures for maintenance operations.
When does an Organization of Maintenance (OMneed to perform a self-assessment? When introducing a new software system When changing the company's policies When adding a new aircraft structure or component to the list of capacities Annually, regardless of any changes.
What is the focus of Chapter 10 of the OMA manual? Company introduction and policies Aircraft maintenance procedures Quality control and inspection systems Employee training and development.
What does the term "Shelf Life" refer to in the context of the OMA manual? A description of the company's organizational structure The time period during which a part is stored before use A process for evaluating employee performance The duration of a maintenance operation.
Which section of the OMM provides information about the company's facilities, tools, materials, and equipment? Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 7.
How does the OMA ensure the safety of using materials, tools, and equipment in aircraft maintenance? By relying solely on experienced personnel By following guidelines established by the FAA By implementing policies for safe storage and control By outsourcing maintenance tasks to third-party vendors.
What is the purpose of the chapters 1-6 in the Organization Maintenance Manual (OMM)? Introduction to the company's history Technical specifications of aircraft components Administration and control of the manual Emergency procedures for maintenance.
What is the purpose of the "Preliminary Inspection" in aircraft maintenance? To evaluate the aircraft's flight schedule To evaluate hidden defects or preliminary defects in aircraft components before its use To determine the extent of required maintenance work To record passenger feedback.
What is the focus of the "hidden damage inspection"? Evaluating passenger comfort levels Identifying visible damages after an incident Searching for hidden damages following accidents or maintenance procedures Assessing flight crew performance.
When is the "In process inspection" typically performed during maintenance activities? After the maintenance is completed Before receiving the aircraft for maintenance When no maintenance is required When addressing anomalies during on going inspections.
When is the "In process inspection" typically performed? Before an aircraft is returned to service After an accident or incident When non-conformities or anomalies are encountered during an inspection During routine passenger boarding procedures.
What is the main purpose of the "Final Inspection" before an aircraft is returned to service? To finalize the passenger seating arrangements To check the availability of in-flight entertainment To audit the maintenance records and ensure compliance To inspect the aircraft's exterior for damages.
What is the role of the "Aprobación de Retorno al Servicio (Conformidad de Mantenimiento)" process? To schedule routine maintenance tasks To conduct flight crew training To ensure compliance with passenger comfort standards To approve aircraft for return to service after maintenance.
What information should be included in the "Maintenance Records" issued by the OMA? Passenger feedback and complaints Details of maintenance tasks performed and personnel involved Availability of in-flight meals and beverages Weather conditions during maintenance.
What is the purpose of the " Form F-MAT-019A"? To request additional maintenance work To report incidents during flight To document passenger satisfaction To provide a signature for specialized maintenance tasks.
In which section of the manual would you likely find information about the company's "Política de Calidad"? Capítulo 7 Capítulo 8 Capítulo 9 Introducción.
What does the "Sistema de Registros" in the OMM pertain to? A system for tracking flight schedules A system for managing employee shifts A system for recording maintenance activities A system for monitoring passenger feedback.
What is the purpose of a General Visual Inspection (GVI)? To conduct an intensive examination of specific items or assemblies. To detect damage or irregularity through specialized inspection techniques. To visually examine and detect damage or irregularity. To require the removal or opening of access panels or doors for inspection.
What is the purpose of an Inspection in Process? To inspect the aircraft during its final assembly. To identify hidden damages in the aircraft. o check the overall condition of the aircraft during manufacturing. To ensure that quality standards are met during manufacturing or repairs.
When is an Inspection for Hidden Damages necessary? During the manufacturing process. When we found a unknown damage on A/C To quickly check the overall condition of the aircraft. To inspect the aircraft during its final assembly.
What is the objective of an Inspection Preliminary? To identify hidden damages in the aircraft. To inspect the aircraft during its final assembly. To quickly check the overall condition of the aircraft. To identify obvious damages on A/C or in components before its installation.
What is the main purpose of a Final Inspection? To inspect the aircraft during its final assembly. To identify hidden damages in the aircraft. To perform a detailed examination of specific components. To ensure that all maintenance work is completed correctly.
What type of lighting is used for a Detailed Inspection (DET/DI)? Normal lighting conditions such as daylight and hangar lighting. Lighting at an intensity deemed appropriate for specialized inspection. Supplemental lighting from a flashlight for close inspection.
What is the main characteristic of a Detailed Inspection (DET/DI)? It is implemented under normal lighting conditions. It requires the use of stands, ladders, or platforms for access. It involves extensive disassembly procedures for inspection. It is an intensive examination to detect damage, failure, or irregularity.
When is a mirror used during a General Visual Inspection (GVI)? To access areas that require extensive cleaning. To detect hidden damages in hard-to-reach places. To get good visual access to all surfaces in the inspected area.
What is the voltage rating of the CF wire? 260°C (500°F) 600V 200°C (392°F) 260°C (392°F).
Which wire family is designed for 260°C (500°F) and is commonly used in fire and hot areas? CF DK DG BF.
What is the insulator material used in the DK wire? Perfluorethylenepropylene Kapton/FEP POLYMIDE –PTFE Polytetrafluorethylene.
In which areas is the CF wire commonly used? Vibration areas Fire and hot areas Severe weather and moisture-prone areas All above.
Which wire is commonly used in severe weather and moisture-prone areas? CF DK DG BF.
What is the insulator material used in CF wire? Perfluorethylenepropylene Polytetrafluorethylene Kapton/FEP EN2267.
Which wire family is commonly used in the vibration areas? DK wire CF wire BF wire DG wire.
In which areas is CF and DG wire commonly used? Fire and hot areas Severe weather and moisture-prone areas Pressurized areas and cockpit panels Vibration areas.
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