NATA, in conjunction with the US Department of Transportation’s Safety Institute (TSI), created the Air Transport Safety Manager Course. The 5-day course takes place in Harrisburg, PA on February 7-11, 2022.
About the Course:
Safety Program Management is a science and like other fields of science it has advanced. SMS has become an international aviation safety standard. Without a verifiable, functioning SMS your organization stands to lose customers, insurance coverage, potential litigation events, and sustained profitability.
This course is a “How To” design, develop, implement and sustain an effective and verifiable aviation safety management system (SMS). Designed to meet you’re immediate and future aviation safety needs, course topics include: Fundamentals of Safety Program Management, State of the Art Safety Risk Management for flight and ground operations - using the BowTie model, understanding and conducting Internal and external evaluations and audits for Safety Assurance, communicating and Promoting Safety throughout the organization, fostering and measuring a positive Safety Culture, Safety Policy requirements, understanding and controlling human error – using the HFACS model, measuring safety using Quantum Safety Metrics, and use of current Federal Aviation Administration System Tools.
is based on 14 CFR Part 5, US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and
the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 19, SMS
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