AS13100 RM13010 Human Factors for Aviation
The aerospace industry is focused on fostering a positive safety culture and competency in Human Factors considerations supports competencies crucial to an organization's Quality Management and Safety. SAE's AS13100 standard includes requirements for embedding Human Factors within the Aerospace Engine Supply Chain.
This course is intended to introduce the skills and knowledge necessary to become compliant and optimize your organization’s capability in human performance in maintenance and inspection. This foundational course will provide a comprehensive overview of the management of Human Factors in aviation and clarify what individuals and companies can do to minimize the effects of Human Factors within their organization.
What Will You Learn
- Explain the evolution of regulatory requirements and standards (ICAO, EASA, FAA, AS/EN 9100, AS13100)
- Analyze Dirty Dozen and SHELL models
- Summarize the influence of human performance and organizational factors on safety
- Apply Reason’s Model and the MEDA tool for problem investigations and risk mitigation
- Describe the impact of Human Factors when working through the 8D problem-solving process
- Describe how to deploy human factors and just culture principles into an organization, including:
- Management and Leadership
- Incident Reporting
- Feedback management
- Risk management
- Human factors performance improvement
- Explain how a robust Safety Management System meets airworthiness regulations
Is This Course For You
This course is for suppliers and quality practitioners who manage or work with AS13000 requirements in the aerospace engine sector and need a background in Human Factors. It supports compliance with SAE’s AS13100 requirements related to problem solving. Both new and experienced quality practitioners should be trained in this powerful defect prevention methodology.