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Human Factors (in accordance with Part-145)

TRAINING TYPE

Human factors - video presentation with voice over, online training


TIME REQUIRED

At least 5 hours 25 minutes


CATEGORY

HF


ABOUT THE COURSE

Many investigations of accidents/incidents in aviation have revealed "human factors" to be an important element in the chain of unfortunate events.

The term ‘Human factors’ refers to the principles which apply to aeronautical design, certification, training, operations and maintenance whilst seeking to ensure a safe interface between a human and other system components by paying due consideration to human performance.

In order to reduce the impact of human factors, it is highly important to ensure that all the processes involved in the maintenance of aeronautical products are analyzed and any procedural requirements are adhered to at all times.


OBJECTIVES

  • Improve the level of awareness as concerns Human Factors
  •  Enhance the understanding of Human Performance issues related to aircraft maintenance activities.
  •  Understand the nature of Human Error;
  •  Identify and predict potential maintenance Human Error;
  •  Reduce human error working under the stress and fatigue;
  •  Identify strategies for reducing or controlling maintenance Human Error;
  •  Adopt a credible, non-punitive policy toward human error (not violations);
  •  Demonstrate a commitment to taking action to reduce error-inducing conditions;
  •  Identify threats and deal with them before they become errors;
  •  Assist in assessing current and proposed maintenance policies and procedures;
  •  Conduct investigations for individuals involved mishaps or other incidents;
  •  Develop effective risk management practices.


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TARGET GROUP

Training course is dedicated, but not limited to maintenance organization personnel listed below.

  •  Post-holders, managers, supervisors;
  •  Certifying staff, support staff and mechanics;
  •  Technical support personnel such as planners, engineers, technical record staff;
  •  Quality control/assurance staff;
  •  Specialized services staff;
  •  Human factors staff/human factors trainers;
  •  Store department staff, purchasing department staff;
  •  Ground equipment operators.

BENEFITS

  • Flexibility
  • Comfort/Mobility
  • Demo version preview
  • Until course presentation isn't finished - possibility replay training material
  •  No pressure at all
  •  Support
  •  Saving money

METHODS AND CONCEPTION

Everyone can manage the learning pace and learning duration depending on each person possibilities.

You can choose perfect timing and comfortable place with internet access.


NECESSARY CONDITIONS

  •  Internet access
  •  Fluent technical aviation English language

PREREQUISITES

None


GROUP SIZE

Unlimited size for online training


EXAMINATION

  • During the HF (in accordance with part 145) online training course, interactive questions are asked, seeking that students better understand course material.
  • No examination will be held.

COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of the HF (in accordance with part 145) aviation online training course (100%), participants will receive online training certificate issued by EASA Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organization (MTO).

  • Part-147 under approval reference No LT.147.001
  • Part-145 under approval reference No LT.145.011

NOTE

  •  For private accounts: purchased HF (accordance part 145) online training course can be activated within the 6 months past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.
  • For corporate accounts: purchased HF (accordance part 145) can be activated within the 1 year past the purchase date. Once the course is activated it must be completed within the period of 2 months.
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CONTENT

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

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access_time 5 hours 25 minutes
Initial

Syllabus

0
chapter 0
34s

0 General

1
chapter 1
1min 17s

1 Introduction

1.1
chapter 1.1
1min 16s

1.1 General

1.2
chapter 1.2
2min 47s

1.2 The need to take Human factors into account

1.3
chapter 1.3
43s

1.3 Incidents attributable to Human Factors

1.4
chapter 1.4
1min 44s

1.4 What are Human Factors?

1.5
chapter 1.5
6min 40s

1.5 Human Factors model - Shell

1.6
chapter 1.6
1min

1.6 Murphys Law

1.7
Quiz

1.7 Quiz

2
chapter 2
1min 55s

2 Safety Culture / Organisational factors

2.1
Quiz

2.1 Quiz

3
chapter 3
22s

3 Human Error

3.1
chapter 3.1
14min 38s

3.1 Error models and theories

3.2
chapter 3.2
5min 2s

3.2 Types of errors in maintenance tasks

3.3
chapter 3.3
4min 8s

3.3 Violations

3.4
chapter 3.4
9min

3.4 Implications of errors

3.5
chapter 3.5
3min 3s

3.5 Avoiding and managing errors

3.6
chapter 3.6
1min 54s

3.6 Human reliability

3.7
Quiz

3.7 Quiz

4
chapter 4
39s

4 Human performance & limitations

4.1
chapter 4.1
7min 44s

4.1 Vision

4.2
chapter 4.2
7min 47s

4.2 Hearing

4.3
chapter 4.3
2min 43s

4.3 Information-processing

4.4
chapter 4.4
4min 11s

4.4 Attention and perception

4.5
chapter 4.5
5min 28s

4.5 Situational awareness

4.6
chapter 4.6
6min 19s

4.6 Memory

4.7
chapter 4.7
1min 55s

4.7 Claustrophobia and physical access

4.8
chapter 4.8
4min 18s

4.8 Motivation

4.9
chapter 4.9
7min 39s

4.9 Fitness/Health

4.10
chapter 4.10
16min 11s

4.10 Stress

4.11
chapter 4.11
8min 59s

4.11 Workload management

4.12
chapter 4.12
9min 16s

4.12 Fatigue

4.13
chapter 4.13
2min 31s

4.13 Alcohol, medication, drugs

4.14
chapter 4.14
3min 16s

4.14 Physical work

4.15
chapter 4.15
2min 27s

4.15 Repetitive tasks / complacency

4.16
Quiz

4.16 Quiz

5
chapter 5
28s

5 Environment

5.1
chapter 5.1
2min 22s

5.1 Peer pressure

5.2
chapter 5.2
9min 9s

5.2 Stressors

5.3
chapter 5.3
4min 12s

5.3 Time pressure and deadlines

5.4
chapter 5.4
7min 58s

5.4 Workload

5.5
chapter 5.5
4min 29s

5.5 Shift Work

5.6
chapter 5.6
4min 52s

5.6 Noise and fumes

5.7
chapter 5.7
44s

5.7 Illumination

5.8
chapter 5.8
2min 26s

5.8 Climate and temperature

5.9
chapter 5.9
1min 20s

5.9 Motion and vibration

5.10
chapter 5.10
2min 51s

5.10 Complex systems

5.11
chapter 5.11
16min 13s

5.11 Hazards in the workplace

5.12
chapter 5.12
1min 53s

5.12 Lack of manpower

5.13
chapter 5.13
3min 46s

5.13 Distractions and interruptions

5.14
Quiz

5.14 Quiz

6
chapter 6
16s

6 Procedures, information, tools and practices

6.1
chapter 6.1
10min 47s

6.1 Visual Inspection

6.2
chapter 6.2
3min 45s

6.2 Work logging and recording

6.3
chapter 6.3
6min 8s

6.3 Procedure - practice / mismatch / norms

6.4
chapter 6.4
4min 19s

6.4 Technical documentation - access and quality

6.5
chapter 6.5
8min 56s

6.5 Critical maintenance tasks and error-capturing methods

6.6
Quiz

6.6 Quiz

6.7
Quiz

6.7 Quiz

7
chapter 7
1min 10s

7 Communication

7.1
chapter 7.1
10min 59s

7.1 Introdution

7.2
chapter 7.2
14min 49s

7.2 Shift/Task Handover

7.3
chapter 7.3
4min 18s

7.3 Dissemination of information

7.4
chapter 7.4
7min 59s

7.4 Cultural differences

7.5
Quiz

7.5 Quiz

8
chapter 8
6min 55s

8 Teamwork

8.1
chapter 8.1
7min 58s

8.1 Responsibility

8.2
chapter 8.2
8min 26s

8.2 Management, supervision and leadership

8.3
chapter 8.3
1min 12s

8.3 Decision making

8.4
Quiz

8.4 Quiz

9
chapter 9
4min 34s

9 Professionalism and integrity

9.1
chapter 9.1
2min 20s

9.1 Keeping up to date; currency

9.2
chapter 9.2
1min 10s

9.2 Error provoking behaviour

9.3
chapter 9.3
38s

9.3 Assertiveness

9.4
Quiz

9.4 Quiz

10
chapter 10
21s

10 Organisation's HF program

10.1
chapter 10.1
58s

10.1 Reporting errors

10.2
chapter 10.2
2min 4s

10.2 Disciplinary policy

10.3
chapter 10.3
1min 18s

10.3 Error investigation

10.4
chapter 10.4
1min 33s

10.4 Action to address problems

10.5
chapter 10.5
1min 31s

10.5 Feedback

10.4
Quiz

10.4 Quiz