What started out as an ordinary commercial flight from Denver to Chicago, turned into a catastrophic situation with a miraculous outcome.
While en route on July 19, 1989, United Airlines Flight 232 experienced engine failure to one of its three engines resulting in the loss of all hydraulic systems on the aircraft. With only two engines functioning, Captain Al Haynes and his flight crew managed to crash land at Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City, Iowa.
While some passengers were lost, 184 survived as a result of a remarkable confluence of events, including the disaster preparedness of the rescue crews on the ground, the flight crew in the air, and the air traffic controllers, who worked together to achieve results that miraculously beat the odds.
The Teamwork in Crisis training DVD utilizes interviews with key players of this mission, along with actual footage of the incident to illustrate the importance and the value of teamwork under any circumstance.
Teamwork in Crisis demonstrates the 7 key factors that must be present to achieve a significant team goal:
This film is also available with Chinese (traditional) and Chinese (simplified) subtitles.