Human Error

Free Sample available: Part CAMO Safety & Human Factor Training (Initial) with VO – Claim yours!

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Safety

September 15, 2021

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Want to undertake Safety & Human Factor training? Effective 24 March 2020 with the introduction of Part CAMO, EASA created a requirement for Initial and Recurrent ‚Äď Integrated Human Factor & SMS Training. SAS is pleased to share that Sofema Online has developed an online training with Voice-over covering¬† the entire program: Part CAMO Safety…

EASA Introduces a New Requirement for Combined Human Factor / SMS Training for Part CAMO Staff – Take a free sample

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SMS Training

October 07, 2020

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Effective 24 March 2020 with the introduction of Part CAMO¬†EASA has created a requirement for Initial and Recurrent ‚Äď Integrated Human Factor & SMS Training. By September 2021 all European CAMO Organisations should transition to Part CAMO and will need to demonstrate mandatory compliance with Human Factor & SMS Training In Accordance with GM2 CAMO.A.305(g)….

Achieve a strong understanding of Safety and Human Factor Principles in EASA Part-CAMO with this new course – Delivered with Instructor Led Voice Over

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Safety and Human Factor

August 31, 2020

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SofemaOnline just launched online the following Part-CAMO Safety and Human Factor training: EASA Part CAMO Safety and Human Factor Training (Initial) Start learning online   About the course: Course type:¬†Presentation with voice over Duration:¬†Equivalent to 4-day classroom training Price:¬†172 EUR (get up to¬†45%¬†off with a¬†Multi-Courses/Users Discount) Effective 24 March 2020 EASA with the introduction of…

Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS)

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HFACS

February 20, 2020

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Sofema Aviation Services (www.sassofia.com) considers the HFACS Framework. Introduction Spurred by increasing problems with human performance, the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) was developed by behavioural scientists in the United States Navy. Messer‚Äôs Wiegmann and Shappell referenced James Reasons Swiss-cheese model of accident causation. The goal of HFACS is not to attribute blame,…