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9am – 5pm
One week before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-08 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
S$790/pax (excl. prevailing GST)
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|About the Course:|
|This course acts as a 1-day workshop of the expanded 2-day Maintenance Human Factors training syllabus which is a mandatory requirement for EASA Part 145 and equivalent Approved Maintenance Organisations. The participants first learn the origins of Maintenance Human Factors; they continue to explore error and its causal factors and to understand violation and its threat to the Maintenance System.
Human performance limitations in aircraft maintenance are considered before looking at culture and how individuals can contribute to a positive safety culture.
Included in this workshop is a more in-depth look at safety leadership and how managers and decision makers can influence workforce human performance and safety culture.
|Who Should Attend?|
|This is an entry-level course aimed at anybody in the aviation industry however it would be beneficial to personnel from:
It might also prove useful to:
|This one-day intensive course empowers participants to unlock the potential of their organisations Error Management System.
Further, the course positively reinforces behaviours and shapes the delegates attitude towards safety and cost. Participants will:
|About the Instructor:
Mr. Stuart Hughes, HOFTCO Pty Ltd
Stuart had previously been involved in the establishment, development and management of Baines Simmons Operations in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the Pacific Islands. He started his career as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. He is a member of the Human Error and Accident Reduction (H.E.A.R) steering group, with key achievements include provide consultancy service to Qantas’ engineering operations on issues of human error and performance in the maintenance activities.
|*Note: Course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.|