HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION, ORLANDO, OCTOBER 14-15, 2018
The aim of this course as it relates to aviation flight crews, technicians and managers is to reduce errors and their associated costs, to create a corporate culture conducive to human error prevention, and to develop realistic and immediate safety nets. This training is directly related to human performance with the ultimate goal an increase in overall safety. The course is case study based to illustrate topics covered, which will help you to identify, investigate and mitigate human error to enhance your organization’s safety.
From accident analysis we know that time and again a series of human errors (chain of events) was allowed until an accident occurred. This workshop will examine the role of the crew and the technician in the chain of events that could cause an aviation occurrence. How to implement a Safety Management System into an operation and prevent these accidents is a key part of this program. Creating safety nets to prevent this occurrence can ensure your operation is as safe as possible.
Determine the level of staffing needed for the aviation department.
Develop knowledge and understanding of job related training for all personnel within the aviation department to ensure competence in each prescribed discipline.
Promote personal and professional growth through training and education by providing opportunities, financial support and scheduling flexibility for career development.
Prepare to fill key positions by identifying internal or external candidates and provide the necessary training and growth.
Maximize employee performance by aligning individual and company goals.
Evaluate compensation levels in the aviation department using accepted tools to attract and retain employees.
Develop the ability to respond to employee performance by rewarding or disciplining as appropriate.
Ensure compliance with human resource regulatory requirements and company policies.
Recognize and understand how human performance is influenced by human factors in all work environments.