Human Factors Training in Aviation Maintenance
4/5 November, 2004
A Conference Presented by the Engineering Maintenance Group,
Human Factors Committe of The Royal Aeronautical Society,
at RAF Bentley Priory, Stanmore
Papers and Materials on Human Factors Training in Aviation Maintenance
The seminar covered many issues associated with human factors training in Aviation maintenance, in particular those arising from the EASA/JAR 145 requirement. It addressed, among other things, the requirements, guidance material (including CAP 716 issue 2), competence assessment, competence of trainers, source material for trainers, and experience from industry. The conference included both UK and non-UK speakers and delegates.
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Keynote address – “Missing the Point?” – Jim McKenna, Chief Surveyor, CAA:
MHF training in the context of a safety system (PPT) – Keven Baines, BainesSimmons Ltd
Error management as a key element of maintenance human factors training (pdf) – Bill Rankin, Boeing
Matching human factors training to the fundamentals of adult learning (PDF) – Bill Johnson, FAA
Matching human factors training to the fundamentals of adult learning (ppt with demo files. Note: Requires Adobe Flash
MHF training in the UK, FRA’s perspective (ppt) – Marc Bailey, FRA
MHF training for supervisors – the weakest link. Evangelos Demosthenous, Aircraft Engineers International (Note: no ppt available yet)
Proving the competence of the aircraft maintenance engineer (PDF) – Tony Hines, Aeroskills Alliance
Proving the competence of the aircraft maintenance engineer (PPT) – Tony Hines, Aeroskills Alliance
Training standards for human factors trainers and managers (PPT) – Sam Cromie, Trinity College Dublin
Lessons to be learned from CRM training standards – Carey Edwards, LMQ Ltd.
Lufthansa Technical Training Blended Training approach (PPT) – Klaus Schmidt Klyk, LTT
Human Factors training in an avionics MRO (PPT) – Nigel Moody, Smiths Aerospace
MHF training in a health and safety context (PPT) – Jim Prowse, Heath-Techna
Maintenance human factors – the MOD’s perspective (PPT) – Ian Peck, DASC
MHF training at British Airways Maintenance, Cardiff (PPT) – Grant Findlay, BAMC
Leadership and HF systems – the key success factors (PPT) – John Anfield, Rolls-Royce
MHF training for contract staff – the FASS MHF course for contractors (PPT) – Jon Cousins, FASS
Managing Contractors Safely – zip file
The implementation of STAMINA training within Swiss International Airlines (PPT) – David Paterson, Swiss AirLines
Caledonia Aviation Technical Services (international) approach (PPT) and
2. Papers and Notes
CAP 716 issue 2 contains guidance material in support of the maintenance human factors requirements in EASA Part 145 and JAR 145, including guidance on human factors training.