Key Skills — Aviation Safety Management Systems Seminar

Ever considered a career in Aviation?  Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — which has two physical campuses: one in Arizona and another in Florida, is offer courses in Aviation Safety Management. Have no fear, they have an a satellite campus in Long Beach, if you’re interested in other Aviation-related courses.

Aviation SMS: Application and Implementation
Key Topics:

  • SMS Structure and Components
  • Safety Policy and Objectives
  • Safety Risk Management – Moving to Proactive and Predictive Methods
  • SMS Common Issues and Road-Blocks
  • Human Factors in SMS
  • Safety Performance Indicators and Targets
  • Safety Performance Monitoring and Operational Data
  • SMS Implementation Guidance

By the completion of the course, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the high level theories and concepts of SMS
  • Become familiar with the role of safety culture in a SMS
  • Apply the appropriate regulatory requirements for a SMS in their organization
  • Use and apply the principles of Safety Risk Management
  • Become familiar with the role of Safety Assurance in a SMS
  • Describe the requirements for SMS training and its contribution to safety culture
  • Incorporate existing programs for OH&S, Emergency Response, and decision making into a systems approach
  • Understand and apply an SMS implementation plan, including gap analysis
  • Apply basic business theories to report on SMS effectiveness/ROI

Classes run from May 12-14th.

For more information, please visit:  http://proed.erau.edu/programs/aviation-safety-accident-investigation/aviation-safety-management-systems-workshop/

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