1. Safety Management Systems Accident Prevention Concepts/Methods Safety Systems JAA Procedures Interaction with Quality Assurance Education and Training Corporate Safety Culture Motivating Safe Behavior Role of Management Safety Climates/Management Styles Cost of Accidents Office Procedures Risk Identification Incident Investigation Change Management Process Risk Management and Risk Assessment Report Writing Airfield Safety Accident Response Planning Audits Safety Analysis Aviation Safety Advisor Duties
Communication Skills Perception Meaning/Language/Jargon Information Overload Managing Conflict Listening
Drug Testing/ AEDs/ Employee Assistance Sleep and Fatigue Stress
Legal Aspects ICAO Annexes 6 and 14 ICAO Doc. 9859 FAA Advisory Circulars
8 – 19 Sep 2008
5 – 16 Jan 2009
9 – 20 Mar 2009
1 – 12 Jun 2009
Practical Applications/Case Study
Course Duration: 9.5 Days
21 Sep – 2 Oct 2009
AIrCrAFT ACCIdENT INVESTIGATION (AAI)
The course is designed for individuals who have limited investigation experience. All aspects of the investigation process are addressed, starting with preparation for investigation through report writing. It covers National Transportation Safety Board and International (ICAO) procedures. Investigative techniques are examined with emphasis on fixed wing investigation. Data collection, wreckage reconstruction and cause analysis are also studied in the classroom.
Objectives: To provide concepts and practical techniques on aircraft investigation methodology.
Who Should Attend: Persons associated with aircraft accident inves- tigation including manufacturers, operators, associations, insurers, air carriers, government agencies, law enforcement and military.
Course Outline 1. Investigations Introduction and History Authority and Theory Principles of Investigation Initial Actions Site Safety Preliminary Field Investigations Investigation of Aircraft Fires Reciprocating Engines and Propellers Gas Turbine Engines Systems Investigation