The Airworthiness and Maintenance Group held their conference 'Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance' on 2nd November 2017.
You can view the speaker biographies as well as the presentations below.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: THE IMPORTANCE OF INCIDENT & ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORTS AS A LEARNING TOOL
Prof. Chris Johnson, Head of Computing Science, University of Glasgow
Please see a link to public reports here.
1) HELICOPTER FLYING CONTROL MAINTENANCE HF ACCIDENTS: A HUMAN CENTRED DESIGN OPPORTUNITY
Andy Evans FRAeS, Director, Aerossurance Limited
2) LOST TOOL AND THE BENEFITS OF USING THE FAIR SYSTEM
Silas Hays, Managing Director, THI-SMS
3) HOW ATLANTIC AIRWAYS IS SUCCESSFULLY DEALING WITH HUMAN FACTORS IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
William Smith, Maintenance Director, Atlantic Airways
Please see a link to a video to support this presentation here.
4) INADVERTENT EJECTION ON THE GROUND - THE RED ARROWS
Ross Priday FRAeS, Aviation Safety Consultant & Expert Witness, Baines Simmons Limited
5) FAILURE TO FOLLOW PROCEDURES. WHY DO MAINTAINERS DO IT? WHAT CAN THE REGULATOR DO ABOUT IT?
Adam Lawley, SO3 Human Factors (Engineering), UK Military Aviation Authority
6) ARE TODAY’S LESSONS LEARNT DIFFERENT THAN PAST LESSONS?
Bill Johnson, Ph.D., Chief Scientific & Technical Advisor Maintenance Human Factors, Federal Aviation Administration