Specialised Training

Safety Training (including Human Factor) Initial

  • Training Type


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  • Course Outline

    • General/Introduction to safety management and human factors
    • Safety risk management
    • Safety Culture / Organisational factors
    • Human Error
    • Human performance & limitations
    • Environment
    • Procedures, information, tools, and practices
    • Communication
    • Teamwork
    • Professionalism and integrity
    • Organization’s safety program

  • Target Group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

  • Standard

    EASA GM1 145.A.30(e);
    AMC4 145.A35(e).

  • Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary. A computer or any other internet-connected device.

  • Training objectives

    Upon completing the training, students will be able to:
    • Understand the nature of human error.
    • Identify and predict potential human errors in maintenance.
    • Identify strategies to reduce or control human errors in maintenance.
    • Adopt a credible and non-punitive policy toward human error (not violations), acknowledging that people make honest mistakes while still holding them accountable.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to taking action to minimize conditions that induce errors.
    • Identify and mitigate threats before they manifest as errors.
    • Assist in evaluating current and proposed maintenance policies and procedures.
    • Conduct investigations for individuals involved in mishaps or other incidents.

  • Completion Standard

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

  • Examination

    Multiple choice questions

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