Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance
and
Inspection Authorization
 
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Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance
Inspection Authorization – SMS, Regulations, and Human Factors in Maintenance
 
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Human Factors is a technology which deals with people: it is about people in their working and living environments and their relationship with machines, equipment and procedures.   Just as important, it is about their relationship with each other as individuals and in groups.   It involves the overall performance of human beings within their respective environment.   Human Factors seeks to optimize the performance of people by the systematic application of the human sciences, often integrated within the framework of system engineering.   An adequate understanding of Human Factors will also improve safety and efficiency.
 

Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance Training:

 

provides principles and techniques that will help operators do a better job by:

-    Improving safety;

-    Decreasing organizational exposure to risk;

-    Reducing and capturing errors; and

-    Encouraging employees to report safety issues and concern.

 

HFAM Initial Course:

Valour’s HFAM Training consists of a 2-Day (16 hours) course that covers topics on: (1) Human Factors definition, goal, and elements, (2) Historical Beginnings and Figures, (3) the Human Factors Environment, (4) Human Factors models, (5) Human Error, “Dirty Dozen”, and Error Investigation, (6) Maintenance-Related Accidents, and (7) Human Factors resources.

 

The HFAM course has been submitted and accepted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and provides aviation professionals with entry level training and certification in the pillars of the Safety Management Systems (SMS) approach.    This course provides 6 hours of FAA-accepted credit towards IA Renewal (FAA Course # C-IND-IM-130530-K-006-001  ) and 16 hours of credit within the FAA AMT Awards Program.


HFAM Refresher Course:

Valour’s HFAM Training consists of a 1-Day (8 hours) course that covers topics on: (1) Human Factors definition, goal, and elements, (2) the Human Factors Environment, (3) Human Factors models, (4) Human Error, “Dirty Dozen”, and Error Investigation, (5) Maintenance-Related Accidents, and (6) Human Factors resources.

 

The HFAM course has been submitted and accepted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and provides aviation professionals with entry level training and certification in the pillars of the Safety Management Systems (SMS) approach.     This course provides 8 hours of FAA-accepted credit within the FAA AMT Awards Program.

 

Inspection Authorization Renewal – SMS, Regulations, and Human Factors in Maintenance Training:

 

IA HF Initial Course:

Valour’s IA Renewal Training consists of a 2-Day (16 hours) course that covers topics on: : (1) Human Factors definition, goal, and elements, (2) Historical Beginnings and Figures, (3) the Human Factors Environment, (4) Human Factors models, (5) Human Error, “Dirty Dozen”, and Error Investigation, (6) Maintenance-Related Accidents, (7) Human Factors resources, (8) Safety Management Systems (SMS), and (9) Regulations, 14 CFR.

 

The IA Renewal course has been submitted and accepted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and provides aviation professionals with entry level training and certification in the pillars of the Safety Management Systems (SMS) approach.    This course provides 16 hours of FAA-accepted credit for IA Renewal (FAA Course # C-IND-IM-130724-K-006-001) and 16 hours of credit within the FAA AMT Awards Program.

IA HF Refresher Course:

Valour’s IA Renewal Training consists of a 1-Day (8 hours) course that covers topics on: : (1) Human Factors models, (2) Human Error, “Dirty Dozen”, and Error Investigation, (3) Maintenance-Related Accidents, (4) Safety Management Systems (SMS), and (5) Regulations, 14 CFR.

 

The IA Renewal course has been submitted and accepted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and provides aviation professionals with entry level training and certification in the pillars of the Safety Management Systems (SMS) approach.     This course provides 8 hours of FAA-accepted credit for IA Renewal (FAA Course # C-IND-IM-140415-K-006-02) and 8 hours of credit within the FAA AMT Awards Program.
 
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