Risk Taking and Rule Breaking in Aviation Maintenance
18 October 2005
A Conference Presented by the
Engineering Maintenance Standing Group
of the Royal Aeronautical Society Human Factors Committe
Papers and Materials on Risk Taking
The seminar covered issues associated with rule behaviour, particularly risk taking and rule violation. The conference included both UK and non-UK speakers and delegates and was hosted by MOD DASC and organised by volunteers from the RAeS EMSG.
Presentations are posted when cleared by speakers. All presentations are copyright (c) 2005 by their authors. Information and papers presented here are not intended for sale or redistribution without written consent from their authors.
Legal Consequences of Breaking the Rules – Robin Allan, CAA
Working Time Legislation – Anne Stewart, DTI
Unquantified Risk in Aircraft Maintenance, an AAIB Perspective – Allan Simmons, AAIB
Safety Culture in Aviation Maintenance: Non-Compliance with Maintenance Procedures – RAeS HFG Engineering Maintenance SG
Effects of National and Group Psyche on Work Behaviour – Bob Simmons, Baines Simmons
Target Levels of Risk – Graham Braithwaite, Cranfield
Personal Responsibility in Safety Management – Simon Witts, City Express
Robin Bryden (Shell): Managing Rule Breaking – Behaviour Models and Incident Investigation (PDF)
2. Related Information
CAP 716 issue 2. This document contains guidance material in support of the maintenance human factors requirements in EASA Part 145, and JAR 145, including guidance on human factors training.