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Business Case for HF in Maintenance 08Dec00

The Business Case for

Human Factors in

Maintenance Organisations

8 December 2000

A Conference Presented by

the Human Factors Group

of The Royal Aeronautical Society

Aviation Maintenance Standing Group

Contents

1. Presentations
Presentations are posted when cleared by speakers. All presentations are copyright (c) 2000 by their authors. Information and papers presented here are not intended for sale or redistribution without written consent from their authors.

Note: Many of the presentations and papers provided below require Adobe Acrobat, a standard document viewing application.  This is available free:

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Draft Workshop Output (PDF).

Cliff Edwards, Shell Aviation; “Improving the Engineering Safety Culture” (PDF).

Cliff Edwards, Shell Aviation; “Improving the Engineering Safety Culture” (PPT, requires Microsoft PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer).

Phil Hall Quality & Safety Management Director of Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd.; Freeing Up the Resources for a Human Factors Programme (PDF).

Draft Revenue Loss sample document (PDF).

Draft Revenue Loss sample document (DOC, requires Microsoft Word 7).

Sally Brearley, Railtrack Safety & Standards; “Railway Safety: Analysing Risks and Causes” (PDF).

Sally Brearley, Railtrack Safety & Standards; “Railway Safety: Analysing Risks and Causes” (PPT).

“Managers’ Tool Kit for Addressing Human Factors (PDF).

Steve Mason, HSEC Ltd.; “Managers’ Tool Kit for Addressing Human Factors; (DOC).

 

2. Related Aviation Maintenance Papers and Notes

Cliff Edwards, Shell Aviation; “The Case for Compliance Monitoring in Maintenance Organisations: Process and Practice Monitoring” (PPT).

Cliff Edwards, Shell Aviation; “The Case for Compliance Monitoring in Maintenance Organisations: Process and Practice Monitoring” (PDF).

The Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory, c.f. Dr. Ronald VanGent

People, Practices and Procedures in Aviation Engineering and Maintenance: A Practical guide to Human Factors in the Workplace. Report by the UK Human Factors Combined Action Group (PDF)

The Bluecoat Cockpit Automation Forum

 

3. Conference Information
Conference Programme