HUMAN FACTORS FOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS

Trainees / Prerequisite:

  • Engineers

Duration:

  • 30 HR

Course Objective:

  • Enhance the communication and management skills of the engineers concerned by the effective utilization of all available resources to achieve a safe and efficient operations
  • To encourage a positive attitude towards safety, and todiscourage unsafe behavior and practices
  • To enhance maintenance personal’s awareness of individual and organizational human factors issues, both positive and negative, that may affect airworthiness.
  • To decrease organizational exposure to risk.

Course References:

  • JAR 145
  • JAR 145 Amendment
  • EASA PART 145
  • CAP 718- Human factors in aircraft maintenance & inspection
  • CAP 716-Aviation maintenance human factors
  • CAP 715- introduction to A/C maintenance human factors for JAR 66
  • CAP 712-Safety management systems for commercial air transport operators
  • CAP 455 UK CAA Airworthiness noises ( AN 47)
  • ICAO HF digests
  • ICAO human factors training manual , Doc 9683-AN/950Edition 1 ;1998)( amendment 1 : 30/9/03)
  • ICAO Annex 6
  • Commission regulation (EC) No 2042-2003 ‘’ continuing airworthiness of aircraft ‘’ Appendix 2 ( part -145 , AMC -145 , GM -145 )