Safety Management for Aviation Maintenance (MAINT)

Course Description

This course provides supervisors with aviation safety principles and practices needed to manage the problems associated with aircraft maintenance operations.  In addition, it prepares attendees to assume safety responsibilities in their areas of operation.  It does not teach aircraft maintenance and assumes the attendee has a maintenance background.

Objectives: To provide the individual with maintenance safety principles and guidelines for the development of effective maintenance safety programs.

Who Should Attend: Aircraft maintenance supervisors at all levels.

  • Dates
    7 – 11 Aug. 2017
    8 – 12 Jan. 2018
    6 – 10 Aug. 2018

  • Course No.
    MAINT 18-1
    MAINT 18-2
    MAINT 19-1

Course Outline

  1. Course Outline
    1. Safety Program Administration
      • Sequence of Safety
      • Definitions
        • Risk Assessment/Management/Prevention
      • Major Problems in Prevention
        • Prediction
        • Communication
        • Influencing Management
      • Safety Program Organization
        • Overall Responsibility
        • Organization
      • Role of Management
      • Motivating Safe Behavior
      • Safety Climates/Management Styles
      • Time Management
      • Safety Meetings/Committees
        • Administrative Procedures
      • Reporting Systems
      • Education and Training
        • New Mechanics/Safety Personnel
      • Accident Response Planning
      • Inspections/Audits/Surveys
        • Purpose
        • Self-Inspections
          • Compliance
          • Management
        • Contractor Provided Services
    2. Flight Line Safety
    3. Aircraft Maintenance Safety

    Course Duration:  4.5 Days

    Tuition: $2500 (July 2017 – June. 2018)