For those in high risk occupations, managing randomness is a part of the job. However, as Nassim Nicholas Taleb points out in 'The Black Swan', we as humans haven't evolved a very good sense of randomness. Our estimations of the likelihood of events just plain sucks. The worst thing is, we do not learn that we do not learn.
So when randomness strikes, count on that weird individual standing on the high ground to point out the beast lurking on the horizon.
Send the PDF to those who don't can't seem to see randomness.