We can think of Human factors as how we all do our jobs and what can affect us when carrying them out.
Consider aviation; an environment that is not only fast paced, but also subject to much change with little advance notice – Human factors looks at how people can be affected by and perform when multiple factors and circumstances are considered.
Here we look at what Human Factors are, how they can affect us, who they can affect and what we can do to recognise and rectify some of the issues arising from Human Factors in aviation.
Anyone requiring Human Factor Training in aviation that has not yet received any, OR anyone who can not for any reason demonstrate they have received initial human factor training.
To understand and recognise how human factors can affect our performance and influence our actions including:
- Origins of Human Factors
- Safety Culture
- Incidents & Accidents
- What are Human Factors?
- Health & Fitness
- Dealing with Human Factors
- Distractions & Stress
- Awareness of Human Factors
- Safety Management Systems
Specifications course taught to:
Course meets requirements as specified in EASA Part 145.a.30 (e)
This is the Initial Human Factors, and should you require Continuation Training this is listed on our website.
Suggested duration for completion is no more than 6 hours.
Interval for continuation
Initial Human Factors training is required primarily, then continuation training is required every two years (24 months) based on interval from initial completion. Note you must be able to demonstrate compliance of completing the initial for your continuation to be valid.