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                            Boeing QRH Familiarization Handout for 737
1. Introduction
2. Overview of Symbols and Formatting
3. Non-Normal Checklist Process
Get the Checklist (1 of 3)
Get the Checklist (2 of 3)
Get the Checklist (3 of 3)
Verify the Checklist
Do the Checklist (1 of 4)
Do the Checklist (2 of 4)
Do the Checklist (3 of 4)
Do the Checklist (4 of 4)
Complete the Checklist
Do the Deferred Items (1 of 2)
Do the Deferred Items (2 of 2)
                        
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Familiarization Handout for 737
February 2008 Page 1

Boeing QRH Familiarization Handout for 737

Goals and use of this document
The goals of this document are to provide a description of
Non-Normal Checklist (NNC) features and describe their
use in flight operations. It is divided into two sections:

Section I provides background about the design of the
non-normal checklists and describes the goals of checklist
features. It contains a detailed description of the process
for running non-normal checklists in flight operations and
provides a brief overview of key features in the NNCs.

Section II provides detailed examples of the structure of
the Quick Reference Handbook (QRH), checklist features,
formats and symbols as they appear in actual checklists in
the QRH. Here you will find detailed descriptions of how
the QRH and NNCs are used in flight operations, including
roles and responsibilities of the Pilot Flying (PF) and Pilot
Monitoring (PM).

Use of this document If you are using the electronic
version of this document you will find embedded links that
enable you to navigate between sections. If you are using
the paper version, these same sections are clearly labeled
to aid navigation between pages. A full description of how
to navigate between sections of this document is found on
page 3.

Note: In the event of a conflict, the procedures published
in the Flight Crew Operations Manual or Flight Crew
Training Manual take precedence over information
presented in this document.

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Section I - Overview

1. Introduction

2. Overview of Symbols and Formatting

3. Non-Normal Checklist Process

A. Fly the airplane; assess the situation

B. Do memory items

Section II - Checklist Features and Examples

C. Get the Checklist

D. Verify the Checklist

E. Do the Checklist

F. Complete the Checklist

G. Do the Deferred Items

Goals and use of this document

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1. Introduction

Boeing has recently introduced the latest version of the
Quick Reference Handbook (QRH). This version is the
latest in a series of revisions to the QRH format and is
the result of extensive research and feedback from our
customers. The goals of these revisions are to:




improve crew performance





reduce opportunities for crew error





improve crew coordination





reduce crew workload and stress.

The QRH meets these goals by:





improving indexes to make checklists easier to locate





providing information to help crews verify they have
located the correct checklist





making different types of information visually distinct





making decision choices easier to identify and navigate





making it easier for crews to keep place in the checklist





improving navigation within checklists and the QRH





identifying consequences of inoperative items caused by
a non-normal situation





identifying changes to normal checklists caused by a
non-normal situation





identifying potential consequences of critical steps before
action is taken





confirming critical action steps.

For those who have used the previous Boeing QRH, most
of the technical information in the non-normal checklists
has not changed. For most non-normal checklists, you will
perform the same steps as in the previous QRH. The goal
of this revision is to present those steps and any
supporting information in a clear, easy-to-read format.
Technical changes to the QRH are identified by a revision
bar in the margin.

Section I - Overview

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Get the Checklist (3 of 3)

Table of Contents. In addition to the indexes at the front of the QRH, you may search for a checklist within the appropriate
system section. Sections are indicated by tabs with a number from 0-15. Each section contains a Table of Contents (TOC) that
lists all checklists in that section. The TOC is structured to help you find a checklist in a number of ways (see below). Checklists
that are not associated with a specific system (for example, Ditching) are listed in Section 0, ‘Miscellaneous’.

QAI checklists. Checklists within a section that also appear
on the Quick Action Index (QAI) are listed first in the section
TOC. QAI checklists are listed alphabetically and appear in
bold. Listing QAI checklists at the top of the TOC makes
these time-critical items easier to locate when needed. It
also makes them easier to identify for study purposes.

Dashed line. The end of the QAI checklists is indicated by
a dashed line. All items above the dashed line are QAI
checklists. Below the dashed line is a complete
alphabetical listing of all checklists in the section. This
includes checklists found on the QAI and those not found
on the QAI.

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Verify the Checklist

The Light symbol, checklist title, Condition statement and Objective statement help the PM verify that the correct checklist has



been selected.

A box appears around the title of the checklist. When the checklist is
annunciated by a light, alert or other indication, the checklist



title is written
in UPPER CASE.

When the checklist is unannunciated, the title is shown in Upper



and
Lower Case.

Condition statement. The Condition statement identifies the condition
that requires the use of the checklist. Some Condition statements have
been re-written to use simpler, clearer language. The PM reads as much
of the Condition statement as is necessary to verify the correct



checklist
has been selected. The PF does not need to verbally read back this
information but must acknowledge that the information was heard and
understood.

Objective statement. The Objective statement identifies the expected
result or the goal of the checklist. This information also helps



you verify
you have selected the appropriate checklist for the non-normal situation.
Not all checklists have Objective statements. In cases where the



objective
of the checklist is clear (for example, Engine Fire), an objective is not
included. The PM reads as much of the Objective statement as is
necessary to verify that the correct checklist has been selected. The PF
does not need to verbally read back this information but must
acknowledge that the information was heard and understood.

Shading. All the information used to verify that you have
selected the correct checklist (Condition statement, Objective
statement) is grouped together in a shaded box. Shading
makes this information visually distinct from memory and action
steps and easier to find later if necessary.

Checklist title. The PF calls for the checklist using the checklist title. The
PM uses this title to locate the checklist using one of the indexes or the
Table of Contents in a system section. Once the checklist is located, the
PM reads the title aloud and verifies that the correct checklist



has been
selected.

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Light symbol. When the non-normal is accompanied by a light, the light
symbol is shown. This allows the crew to match the light indication on the flight
deck with the checklist.

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Do the Deferred Items (1 of 2)

The Deferred Items section identifies steps to be done later in the flight and includes the Descent, Approach and Landing
normal checklists. When included, these deferred Descent, Approach, and Landing checklists replace the normal checklists.
Deferred Items may also include any additional items, procedures



or information needed to configure the airplane for landing
as a result of the non-normal situation.

Normal checklist titles. The titles of normal checklists included in
the Deferred Items section appear in bold to clearly identify where
each checklist begins. Normal checklists are included in the
Deferred Items section when:





any response in the Descent, Approach or Landing checklist
has changed due to the non-normal situation; OR





when any deferred items occur after the Descent Checklist. This
eliminates the need to switch between Normal and Non-Normal
Checklists.

The PM states the title of the normal checklist (for example, “Landing
Checklist”) before reading the checklist steps.

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Deferred Items header. A grey line with the words “Deferred
Items”



marks the beginning of the Deferred Items section. This
makes it easier for the PM to locate the deferred items or to return
to the deferred items later in flight.

Changed responses. Any normal checklist response changed by
the non-normal condition appears in bold. This highlights the
change and makes it easier for the PM to identify and verbalize.

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Do the Deferred Items (2 of 2)

Task headers. In addition to Normal Checklists there may be
additional items that need to be accomplished as a result of
the non-normal situation. These items may be grouped under
task headers in bold (for example, “Flap extension”).



The
PM reads the task header aloud followed by all items under
that task header.

Additional Information. The



Additional Information
header provides a standard location for information that is
helpful to know but is not required to do the checklist. For this
reason the Additional Information section is located after the
checklist complete symbol. This allows operators the
flexibility to include operationally relevant information not
directly related to checklist steps.

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