A foundation to the principles of Human Factors (HF)
One definition of Human Factors, as proposed by Professor Edwards, declares that “Human Factors is concerned to optimise the relationship between people and their activities”. A greater expansion of Human Factors awareness presents the industry with the single most significant opportunity to make aviation both safer and more efficient.
When employees have a clear understanding of their influencing factors and outcomes, it enables them to prioritise safety risks and more effectively manage themselves for optimal aviation safety benefit.
The provision of training is appropriate to all employees, regardless of their level in the organisation and covers:
- The meaning of Human Factors;
- Human Error;
- Situational Awareness;
- Decision Making;
- Sleep and Fatigue;
- Personality and Cultural Difference.
Working with external factors throughout the training, appropriate safety information relevant to specific issues will be referenced.
This course is designed to provide an initial introduction to Human Factors and can lead on to a tailored programme to meet the needs of Supervisors, Managers or Senior Management Team.
Human Factors Recurrent Safety Training is also available and focuses on developments with Human Factors and Ergonomics to highlight any specific safety issues.
Available at your location (number dependent) or at our Wolverhampton head office, or online via weekly modules.
All airline employees, regardless of their level in the organisation.
£595 + VAT
A increased expansion of Human Factors presents the industry with the single most significant opportunity to make aviation both safer and more efficient.