Introduction – The purpose of the Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) is to ​promote a reduc​tion, as far as practicably reasonable, workplace fatigue and its associated risks, to ensure a safe and error-free work environment for employees, contractors, and clients. Driven by ICAO both the FAA & Transport Canada are also promoting effective FRMS within…

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Introduction – How effective is your organisational Safety Management System (SMS)? Are you satisfied with the metrics? How well are you using the data which is being collected? How effective is the process of Exposure Analysis and Mitigation recommendation. This 1 day intensive course is aimed at Business Area owners, Nominated Persons / Accountable Managers…

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Introduction – This intensive 4 Day course is specifically designed to focus on needs of the Safety and Quality Department to ensure delivery to exacting standards. The course is highly participative and assumes prior knowledge of SMS requirements and objectives. The airport is a busy and dynamic environment with many stakeholders required to integrate into…

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INTRODUCTION – Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 of 3 November 2011 lays down technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The provisions of the Regulation on Aircrew are published in several documents: Implementing Rules (published in the Official…

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Introduction – Within the organization we need to be able to manage many different kinds of operational risk. Post Holders and business owners have a specific responsibility for the effectiveness of the SMS system within the respective areas. A fundamental part of this process is to ensure the most effective risk assessment process. Their are…

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INTRODUCTION Periodically we should consider our Safety Management Systems in a more Holistic way to consider whether it is delivering the optimum benefit for our organisation. Do you know the primary reason for Aviation Safety Management System “Failure” (Fail is a hard word – maybe abject under performance is more appropriate!) Aviation Safety Management Systems…

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Understanding our responsibility to “Manage” Foreign Object Debris when working on Aircraft. Introduction – This ½ day course considers the obligations of the individual who is working on and around aircraft, Foreign Object Debris (FOD) each year costs the aviation industry many millions of dollars. In the vicinity of aircraft FOD has the potential to…

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Introduction – Within the Aviation Environment we have potential exposure to a vast range of hazards, how we manage these hazards and develop mitigations for the associated exposure is an essential attribute of effective H & S management. Essentially we are talking mostly about organisational issues although Human Factors may be identified as precursors for…

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Introduction – The ability to understand exposure and to analyze root causes are without doubt essential skills for auditors and managers alike. The purpose of this training is to identify best practice techniques and behaviours to support the delivery of effective Root Cause Analysis This course is intended to be highly practical and to help…

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Introduction – A measure of the success of our SMS is directly related to how our organisation is able identify (in the most efficient and cost effective way) the business hazards, to be able to assess the associated risks and in so doing to identify the most appropriate mitigations. Ensuring an effective Safety Assurance process…

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