This seminar will serve as an interactive platform designed to facilitate regulatory compliance in human factors, and promote best practices for mitigating human errors within aircraft maintenance. In particular, the event will feature a number of expert presentations each reviewing a recent aircraft incident or accident in which human factors in aircraft maintenance was a primary cause. Each presentation will answer the following questions:
- What happened? An overview of the incident or accident.
- What was the outcome of the investigation that followed?
- What specific lessons can aircraft maintenance organisations and professionals learn from it?
- How can such lessons be practically and effectively implemented or incorporated into a maintenance error management system (MEMS)?
The benefits of attending the event will include the following:
The full event programme is now available.
|RAeS Corporate Partner||£150 +VAT|
|RAeS Member||£120 +VAT|
|RAeS Baseline Member||£105 +VAT|
Daniel Olufisan MRAeS, Training Director & Principal Airworthiness Consultant, Wing Engineering Limited and Chairman Airworthiness & Maintenance Specialist Group
Prof. Chris Johnson, Head of Computing Science, University of Glasgow
Andy Evans FRAeS, Director, Aerossurance Limited
Adam Lawley, SO3 Human Factors (Engineering), UK Military Aviation Authority
Silas Hays, Managing Director, THI-SMS
Ross Priday FRAeS, Aviation Safety Consultant & Expert Witness, Baines Simmons
William Smith, Maintenance Director, Atlantic Airways
Bill Johnson, Ph.D., Chief Scientific & Technical Advisor Maintenance Human Factors, Federal Aviation Administration
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