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Aerodrome Safety Incident Investigation

Despite our best intentions and significant efforts, safety incidents continue to occur. When they do, a modern safety management approach demands we learn from the occurrence to prevent a repeat event in the future. But this is not as simple as identifying who made a mistake and either retraining them or firing them. Aviation safety regulations and senior managers expect us to look at the bigger picture and identify latent as well as active factors.

Extracting information from the incident environment and analysing it requires a wide range of skills and knowledge to arrive at a coherent set of conclusions and a workable list of recommendations.

During this 4-day training course you will gain the knowledge and skills required to conduct safety incident investigations in the aerodrome environment, and therefore support the ongoing operation and development of your aerodrome’s safety management system. The course will build a foundation in incident investigation by covering the regulatory environment, essential safety management principles, and incident investigation management. Upon this, the course will delve into data and information gathering techniques, preliminary and in-depth analysis tools, developing recommendations and report writing considerations. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in and contribute to group discussions and team exercises using their personal experiences and knowledge.

Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: English
Date: 27.10 - 30.10.2020
Duration: 4 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

2.295,00 €
excl. VAT
2.180,25 €
incl. VAT
2.594,50 €

For courses in Germany, 19% VAT will be added to your invoice, but you may be eligible for VAT refund depending on the country where your business is established.

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Course Content

Regulatory Framework

  • Related ICAO & EASA Safety Management System requirements
  • Relevant guidance material

Safety Management Principles

  • Organisational accidents (Reason Model)
  • Safety culture (including just culture)
  • Human factors (including human error)
  • Operational drift

Incident Investigation Management

  • Communication with stakeholders
  • Authority – rights and obligations
  • Tools & equipment
  • Data management (including confidentiality)

Data Gathering

  • On-scene physical evidence
  • Interviewing parties involved
  • Interviewing associated parties
  • Reviewing records
  • Technical data

Data Analysis

  • Building a timeline
  • Human-factors analysis
  • Organisational analysis
  • Categorisation and reporting

Recommendations

  • Development
  • Evaluation

Reporting

  • Reporting writing considerations
  • Feeding data into the broader system

 

Trainer

Dan Parsons

Dan is an airport operations and safety professional whose experience covers both industry and regulatory sides of the industry. Following broad aviation studies, Dan began specialising in aerodrome operation in 2005 and has since expanded his experience to cover broad airport operations including technical inspections and surveys, facilities management, aviation security, contract management, commercial management and infrastructure development. Training and development has always been a big part of Dan's work starting with aerodrome reporting officer training, team development as well as mentoring. Dan is passionate about practical safety management and safety assurance in particular. He has, unfortunately, had to investigate a number of significant airport-related events including personnel injuries, aircraft write-offs and security threats.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety managers
  • Aerodrome quality and compliance managers
  • Aerodrome safety deputies / safety team members
  • Aerodrome operations managers and duty officers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff
  • Air Traffic Control staff
  • Ground handling staff

Organisational Details

To facilitate the participants’ arrivals and departures, the course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

At the end of the course, all participants will receive an airsight certificate based on EASA training regulations, which is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry.

About airsight Training

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Course Details

Location: In-house
Language: English
Duration: 4 days

Course Content

Regulatory Framework

  • Related ICAO & EASA Safety Management System requirements
  • Relevant guidance material

Safety Management Principles

  • Organisational accidents (Reason Model)
  • Safety culture (including just culture)
  • Human factors (including human error)
  • Operational drift

Incident Investigation Management

  • Communication with stakeholders
  • Authority – rights and obligations
  • Tools & equipment
  • Data management (including confidentiality)

Data Gathering

  • On-scene physical evidence
  • Interviewing parties involved
  • Interviewing associated parties
  • Reviewing records
  • Technical data

Data Analysis

  • Building a timeline
  • Human-factors analysis
  • Organisational analysis
  • Categorisation and reporting

Recommendations

  • Development
  • Evaluation

Reporting

  • Reporting writing considerations
  • Feeding data into the broader system

 

Trainer

Dan Parsons

Dan is an airport operations and safety professional whose experience covers both industry and regulatory sides of the industry. Following broad aviation studies, Dan began specialising in aerodrome operation in 2005 and has since expanded his experience to cover broad airport operations including technical inspections and surveys, facilities management, aviation security, contract management, commercial management and infrastructure development. Training and development has always been a big part of Dan's work starting with aerodrome reporting officer training, team development as well as mentoring. Dan is passionate about practical safety management and safety assurance in particular. He has, unfortunately, had to investigate a number of significant airport-related events including personnel injuries, aircraft write-offs and security threats.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety managers
  • Aerodrome quality and compliance managers
  • Aerodrome safety deputies / safety team members
  • Aerodrome operations managers and duty officers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff
  • Air Traffic Control staff
  • Ground handling staff

Organisational Details

airsight offers this training course on request, worldwide. At the end of the course, all participants will receive an airsight certificate based on EASA training regulations, which is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry.

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more