This is an instant access, online course for Initial Safety Training (Including Human Factors).
Refresher training is required every 24 months.
This course introduces students to Initial Safety Training (including Human Factors). It satisfies the requirements of GM1 145.A.30(e) ED Decision 2022/011/R, AMC3 CAMO.A.305(g) and GM1 CAMO.A.305(g) and the associated AMC and GM for Maintenance Human Factors and Initial Safety Training (including Human Factors).
The course will give students an understanding of the subject and improve safety standards in the industry whilst maintaining compliance.
The training including photos, diagrams, a final multi-choice exam and a unique serial numbered certificate. Your certificate is available for download on successful completion.
Who should undertake this training?
Concerning understanding the application of safety management principles (including HF), all organisation personnel should be assessed for the need to receive initial safety training.
Personnel involved in delivering the organisation’s basic continuing airworthiness management services should receive initial and recurrent safety training appropriate for their responsibilities.
This should include at least the following staff members:
- nominated persons, line managers
- persons involved in any compliance monitoring and/or safety management-related processes and tasks, including the application of HF principles, internal investigations and safety training
- airworthiness review staff
- technical support personnel such as planners, engineers, and technical record staff
- personnel involved in developing and amending/reviewing the AMP, assessing its effectiveness and/or working on the reliability programme
- contract staff in the above categories.
The generic term ‘line managers’ refers to the departmental head or person responsible for operational departments or functional units directly involved in delivering the organisation’s basic continuing airworthiness management services.
Initial safety training compliant with the organisation’s training standards should be provided to identified personnel within six months of joining the organisation. However, temporary staff may need to be trained shortly after joining the organisation to cope with the duration of employment.
There are no pre-qualifications required, although rudimentary PC skills are helpful.