HFMX is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of human factors in the realm of aviation safety with a focus on the role of the maintainer. It presents human factors issues as conditions/ hazards that must be managed. Specific issues such as fatigue management, deviations for approved procedure, situation awareness and the Dirty Dozen are presented. Data collection methodologies such as MEDA and LOSA are examined as viable methods of safety information and as hazard identification tools in an organization’s SMS. This course satisfies the Human Factors Course requirement for the USC Safety & Security Certificate.
To create a comprehensive understanding of the factors affecting an individual’s performance in aviation maintenance. To understand how the management of human factors play a central role in an organization’s safety program.
This course is designed for supervisors, managers and staff officers who have responsibility for the oversight of aviation maintenance. See the Course Outline below for specific subjects and topics covered.
Course Duration: 4.5 Days
Published on April 20th, 2018
Last updated on April 20th, 2018