About this training
Human Factors - HF
Duration: 4.5 days – 27 hours    |   Language: English    |   Location: Paris or within your premises
2 490 excl. VAT
Session dates:
From June 03 to 07,2024
Session dates:
From November 24 to 28,2024

As a complement to the course “Introduction and Implementation of Safety Management Systems”, this course highlights the many aspects of the aviation safety dealing with human factors.

This course is one of the 5 modules of the series to qualify as an expert on SMS.

It can be usefully complemented by Fatigue Risk Management System.

  • To be familiarised with human sciences applicable to the aviation activities.
  • To have individual and collective capabilities, limitations, flaws and errors Knowledge.
  • To be able to detect and control their frequency and their impact on safety.
  • To be able to measure the role of organizational factors in incidents.
  • Human factors: Introduction to the Human Factors, physiology and aviation safety (effects of altitude, accelerations, vibrations, sensory illusions, life hygiene).
  • Human performance: scope of the human factors within complex socio-technical systems, intellectual mode of operation (memory, schemes, representations, expertise, workload), physiological and psycho-sociological aspects (behavior, personality, emotions, stress), major factors affecting the intellectual work.
  • Improving human performance: individual and organizational methods, automation (advantages and drawbacks).
  • Situation awarness and decision making process.
  • Teamwork, co-activity, coordination, cooperation and communication.
  • Management of vigilance and fatigue, particularly in long-range flights.

All civilian and military managers and executives of the aviation system, and particularly staff personnel involved in the prevention and investigation of aircraft accidents or incidents.