EASA Human Factors (HF) Continuation Course
Last updated 7/2020 // English
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The Human Factor (HF) online training is mandatory aviation training of Human Factors issues.
It is applicable for all maintenance engineers, technicians and mechanics in maintenance organizations (Part-145 AMO) and also for technical staff in Continuing Airworthiness Management Organizations (Part-M CAMO).
It assures validity of certification authorization and compliance with regulations for next two years. Includes brief review of basics Human Factors issues.
Human Factors training includes new instructions issued which are related to the human behaviour, communication and technical requirements in relation to safety while maintaining aircraft.
On-line Human Factor (HF) Continuation training – video presentation with voice over recordings. Duration 3,5 hours.
Compliance of the course
The content of HF Continuation training is in compliance with Part-145 AMC2 145.A.30(e) and GM1 145.A.30(e).
The aim of content
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 performances.
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.
Many investigations of accidents/incidents in aviation have revealed “human factors” to be an important element in the chain of unfortunate events.
The objectives of the course
- 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;
- Develop effective risk management practices.
- Lesson 1 – General Introduction
- Lesson 2 – Safety culture Organizational Factors
- Lesson 3 – Human error
- Lesson 4 – Human performance and limitations
- Lesson 5 – Environment
- Lesson 6 – Procedures, Information, Tools & Practices
- Lesson 7 – Communication
- Lesson 8 – Team work
- Lesson 9 – General Introduction
- Lesson 10 – Organization‘s Human Factors program
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In this course you will get:
- 3,5 hours of video
- 180 days of access
- Access on PC, mobile and TV
- Instant certificate of Completion in PDF