SofemaOnline is pleased to announce the availability of an EASA Mandatory SMS Investigation Skills CAMO Course:
Practical Investigation Skills For Part CAMO Safety and Quality Practitioners (Initial)
(1) initial and recurrent training for staff involved in internal investigations;
In line with its just culture policy, the organisation should define how to investigate incidents such as errors or near misses, in order to understand not only what happened, but also how it happened, to prevent or reduce the probability and/or consequence of future recurrences (refer to AMC1 CAMO.A.202).
(2) The scope of internal investigations should extend beyond the scope of the occurrences required to be reported to the competent authority in accordance with point CAMO.A.160, to include the reports referred to in CAMO.A.202(b). This course is aimed at investigating – analysing – understanding and developing mitigations for safety-related occurrences which are faced on a regular basis within our organisation.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
a) To be able to explain the key elements required to ensure the organisation is able to effectively analyse events to determine the most appropriate and effective outcome.
b) To be able to explain the requirements of an effective investigation process and to manage information in a confidential and effective way.
c) To consider in-depth SMS & CM processes and to be able to interpret the information which is available to support the interpretation of the various factors.
d) Ability to focus on effective identification of root cause analysis and promotion of positive action.
e) To be able to place a clear priority on best practice management within a strong Safety System.
f) Understand techniques to focus on the organisational issues and to develop approving the audit including the relationship within the workplace and responsibility to address issues.
h) Able to identifies the root cause of the faults and failures.
i) Able to apply the corrective actions for preventing the recurrence of the causes leading to failures.