CRM / Human Factors: Procedural Non-Compliance

CRM / Human Factors: Procedural Non-Compliance

Procedural non-compliance is a leading cause of error and, ultimately, incidents and accidents. The Procedural Non-Compliance module addresses the issue of failure to follow procedures. Procedural non?compliance is not always an individual failure. It can be caused by unclear standards, inadequate training, or leadership failures. The training includes how to reduce the risk of procedural non-compliance by improving procedures, identifying training gaps, ensuring leadership supports, and instilling individual accountability with following procedures.


The training contents of this module are not required under Part 135. The module can be added to a Part 135 curriculum to mitigate the risk of hazardous attitudes.

This module is one of many options for Crew Resource Management / Human Factors training. See the CRM / Human Factors Training Modules table for all Crew Resource Management / Human Factors training options. This module complies with the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) training requirement for "Human Factors (HF) / Crew Resource Management (CRM)" defined in Chapter 8 of IS-BAO. The module also complies with the Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) standards NX6 and 2, which require CRM / Human Factors training.

  • Issue of Non-Compliance
  • Standards
  • Training
  • Leadership
  • Individual