AERONAUTICAL (general)

HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION MAINTENANCE (initial)


Description
The Aviation Maintenance Human Factors course is ideal for participants who will be involved within aviation maintenance organisations. The student must study this course in details.

Statistics show that error in maintenance operations significantly contributed to the 70-80% of aviation accidents attributable to human error. EASA regulations require all Part 145 maintenance organisations to implement a programme of Maintenance Human Factors (MHF) training for all personnel involved in aviation maintenance operations.

The aim of MHF training is to increase safety, quality and efficiency in aircraft maintenance operations by reducing human error and its impact on maintenance activities. The course syllabus fully covers the MHF training requirements for EASA 145 engineering organisations.

Time to finisn this course will be withing 60 natural days.

FOR PASS THIS COURSE YOU MINIMUM SCORE MUST BE 75%
Content
  • REGISTRATION IN THIS COURSE
  • Registration & Tutor details
  • Section 1
  • Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance
  • CHAPTER 1 (HUMAN ERRORS)
  • CHAPTER 2 (HISTORY OF HUMAN FACTORS TRAINING)
  • CHAPTER 3 (CRM & MRM)
  • CHAPTER 4 (HUMAN FACTORS & ERROR MANAGEMENT)
  • CHAPTER 5 (DIRTY DOZEN)
  • The most common errors
  • CHAPTER 6 (ERROR CHAIN)
  • CHAPTER 7 (THREAT & ERROR MANAGEMENT)
  • CHAPTER 8 (SITUATIONAL AWARENESS)
  • CHAPTER 9 (COMMUNICATION)
  • CHAPTER 10 (TEAMWORK)
  • Section 2
  • Organisational and human factors in safety
  • AIRCRAFT LICENSED ENGINEER EXPERIENCE (HUMAN FACTORS MISTAKES)
  • HUMAN FACTOR CASE STUDIES
  • Section 3
  • Some incidents related to Human Factors
  • Section 4
  • HF Resume
  • Section 5
  • FINAL EXAM
  • SURVEY
  • Customer Satisfaction Survey
  • INFORM US WHEN YOU GET FINISH
  • Send message
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed