C-140 NEW

CHF 680.00

Safety and Human Factors Part-145 to Part-CAMO Differential

EASA Part-145

2 days

02.12.-03.12.2020

02.02.-03.02.2021

Duration:
1 day
Status:
Standard QCM training or organised on request
Target Group:
  • All personnel of an organisation approved according Part-CAMO who already attended the initial human factors training as required by Part-145
  • All personnel of an organisation approved according Part-145 who already attended the initial human factors training as required by Part-145;
  • Personnel from Competent Authorities who already attended the initial human factors training as required by Part-145
Pre-requisites:

The course participants must have attended the initial human factors training as required by Part-145 and as specified in GM1 145.A.30(e).

Exam:
Certificate:
Outline:

Based on a comparison of the training syllabus reflected in GM2 CAMO.A.305(g) versus the syllabus reflected in GM1 145.A.30(e) the course participants will be made familiar with the following differences:

  • introduction to principles of safety management
  • safety culture and related organisational factors
  • discussion of types of errors in continuing airworthiness management and maintenance
  • organisations safety programme,
  • discussion of human factors principals

by using practical examples (occurrences, accidents, incidents and investigations).
The participants will learn how to contribute actively to the safety by also taking into consideration human performances and human limitations.

Objectives of the course:

This differential training provides the participant an understanding of the application of safety management principles into the organisation approved according Annex Vc (Part-CAMO) as well as into the organisation approved according Annex II (Part-145) and provides a short refresher on human factors principles.

The course will identify safety elements and discuss risk management principles related to continuing airworthiness management, as well as maintenance, taking into consideration human performances and human limitations.

Key Topics of the course:
  • Introduction to and need of safety management
  • Principles of safety risk management
  • Safety culture and related organisational factors
  • Discussion of types of errors in continuing airworthiness management and maintenance
  • Organisations safety programme,
  • Discussion of human factors principals
Regulatory Basis of the course:

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014,

    • Annex Vc (Part-CAMO) – GM2 CAMO.A.305(g)
    • Annex II (Part-145) – GM1 145.A.30(e)
Course documentation:
English
Course language available:
German or English
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