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Human Factors

Human factors play a crucial role in ensuring safe and efficient aircraft maintenance operations.

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Human Factors Trainings

Human factors play a crucial role in ensuring safe and efficient aircraft maintenance operations. Aircraft maintenance involves a wide range of tasks, including inspections, repairs, and troubleshooting, all of which require the involvement of skilled technicians and engineers. However, the human element introduces a unique set of challenges that must be carefully addressed to minimize errors and maximize safety.
In respect to the understanding of the application of human factors and human performance issues, all maintenance organisation personnel must receive an Initial and Continuation Human Factors training which are carried out in accordance with AMC/GM to ANNEX II (PART-145), AMC1 145.A.30(e) & AMC2 145.A.30(e) and ICAO manual “Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance” Doc 9824-AN/450.

Human Factors Continuation

Continuation Training

Human Factors Initial

Initial Training

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