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Aviation Safety Training Bootcamp

Aviation safety refers to the efforts that are taken to ensure airplanes are free from factors that may lead to injury or loss.

Analysts believe the introduction of new industry requirements, underpinned by ICAO Standards, has brought new structures and processes for the formal management and regulation of aviation safety.

These developments have led to a need for operators, service-providers and regulators to enhance the expertise of their safety personnel, including through the introduction of a wide range of formal training programs.

The human factor is an aspect of aviation safety that is especially under the microscope at all times.

Many areas of human factors are associated with the operational safety of commercial airplanes, including the following:

  • Design factors associated with aircraft controls
  • Aircraft system controls
  • Warning systems
  • Air traffic control systems
  • Flight deck
  • Passenger seating and egress

Aviation safety relies heavily on maintenance. When it is not done correctly, it contributes to a significant proportion of aviation accidents and incidents. Some examples of maintenance errors are parts installed incorrectly, missing parts, and necessary checks not being performed.

Many elements have come together to improve aviation safety. Rules, technological improvements and heightened awareness have contributed to aviation safety.

The FAA, for example, has developed an effective system safety program called Safety Management System (SMS). The SMS promotes a defined structure and a “learning culture” within an aviation organization that continually seeks and analyzes information, then turns that information into action that eliminates or mitigates safety risks, before they become unwanted events.

Consequently, a Safety Management System (SMS) has become a required and integral part of the certification and eventual operation of an air carrier, required by 14 CFR part 5.

Aviation Safety Training Bootcamp by Tonex

Aviation Safety training bootcamp is designed to provide the participants with the working knowledge of the planning, designing and testing development of an effective system safety program. The development of major system safety concepts are examined with particular emphasis on system safety risk assessment, mitigation and accident prevention.

Who Should Attend

Aviation Safety training course is designed for professionals working across aviation industry including safety engineers, analysts, managers, operators, pilots, auditors, and risk management. The course is also useful for those who have experience with aviation safety but have never had any formal training on the standards.

What You Will Learn

  • Key Concepts on Aviation Safety
  • Elements of Aviation Safety
  • Conduct a Baseline Assessment
  • Operational and Maintenance Risk and Hazard Analysis
  • Sharing best practices, identifying potential barriers, and enhancing reporting tools
  • Aviation Safety Strategic Plan
  • Disaster Emergency Planning
  • Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Human Error and Human Performance
  • Development of Safety Management Systems (SMS)
  • Internal Audit and Reporting Systems
  • Benchmarking SMS-compliant Organizations
  • Best practices, Lessons Learned, Innovation Strategies, and Measures of Performance

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