Introduction EASA Part 145 Organizations should strive to effectively manage Fuel Tank Entry Procedures ensuring due notice is taken of human factors and organization factors including all aspects and elements of Aviation Fuel System Maintenance. To seek to manage Human Factors by identifying the risks and exposures and to put in place systems which will…

Read more Enquire

Introduction Aviation is a people business and people have the potential to commit errors. The challenge is to understand and manage this exposure in the best possible way. Our industry requires the strongest possible system to manage human performance throughout the business. Sofema Aviation Services maintains a firm belief in the a top down management…

Read more Enquire

 Introduction The aim of this combined course is to refresh delegates and provide focus on​ Fuel Tank Safety (FTS), Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems (EWIS) , Human Factors​ (HF) ​and the connection with SMS in the workplace, together with an ongoing understanding of Human Factor issues to comply with EASA Part 145 requirements. In addition the…

Read more Enquire

Introduction The importance of Ground Staff receiving Human Factors training is increasingly being understood and in some cases, being required as part of the effective management of competency within the ramp environment. From September 2017 ISAGO accreditation requires ramp staff to undergo such training. Ramp accidents cost major airlines worldwide at least US$10 billion a…

Read more Enquire

Introduction  The Maintenance Error Decision Aid (MEDA) process was developed by Boeing and is a proven and effective tool, for not only investigating the various causal factors, but in also developing mitigations. The basic MEDA philosophy is based on an understanding that people do not intentionally make errors and that organizational factors play a significant…

Read more Enquire

Introduction : The Maintenance Error Decision Aid (MEDA) process was developed by Boeing and is a proven and effective tool, for not only investigating the various causal factors, but in also developing mitigations. The basic MEDA philosophy is based on an understanding that people do not intentionally make errors and that organizational factors play a…

Read more Enquire

Introduction  Ensuring organisational Human Factors Training remains proactive, dynamic, and effective whilst fully connecting with our adult audience is of strategic importance to the business. This course considers techniques together with the myriad of other factors which should be gathered and understood as precursors to delivering the most effective training. This is not an entry…

Read more Enquire

Introduction – Course Duration 3 Days – 24 Hours This training complies with the requirements of EASA User Guide UG.CAO.00126-003 The Course is specifically designed to accommodate the specific needs of the Component Certifying Staff who are required to show compliance with the requirements of EASA Part 66 Basic Licence Module 9. Note EASA Requirement…

Read more Enquire

Introduction Within the Ramp Environment we have probably the greatest exposure within the aviation system for potential incidents and accidents. This course focuses both on the implementation and management processes involved in delivering the most effective Ramp Safety Human Factors (RSHF) Training as well as the need to develop personal training skills. It is an…

Read more Enquire

Introduction Ramp accidents cost major airlines worldwide at least US$10 billion a year, the data indicates. These accidents affect airport operations, result in personnel injuries, and damage aircraft, facilities and ground-support equipment. The Training is designed to raise awareness of all organisational elements of Ramp Safety and to consider the various challenges which face us…

Read more Enquire