Having a better understanding of conditions of influence can help us get a better grasp of the pressures, goal conflicts, and other factors that affected the pertinent decisions and actions that took place during the event. Having a grasp of these conditions will aid in making systematic improvements to improve the way we engage in normal work every day.” FLA Guide (2018)
Texas A&M Forest Service Facilitated Learning Analysis (FLA) Reports:
For more information about the Facilitated Learning Analysis process and to browse an extensive database of FLA reports from across the US, click the following link to explore the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center website: https://lessons.fs2c.usda.gov/
If you have experienced an incident that you feel others could learn from, please speak up:
• If it is a significant event (i.e. injury, near miss, major equipment/property damage), route the request through your chain of command to your Department Head, who can submit a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• For other incidents (i.e. minor equipment/property damage, helpful/preventative procedures, anything with lessons), submit the information directly to email@example.com. Please include as much information as possible as well as any related documentation, photos, notes, etc.