Safety Management Systems
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Safety Management Systems
Presents and discusses organizational components of the SMS Risk Control Process including safety professionals. The course also covers “Gaps Analysis.”
Safety Management Systems - Quality Assurance
This three day course instructs you how to examine SMS elements to verify that regulatory requirments are met and to ensure risk is effectively reduced in your operation. It provides you with the the tools to conduct a complete audit of SMS.Know when and how to call on human factors experts for further analysis.
Please select any four (4) elective courses from the list
Focuses on the Risk Control Process and teaches safety professionals “management talk” and how to “make the business case for SMS” to managers at all levels. The course also cover the critical task of operational risk profiling and how risk profiling integrates with SMS.
Contributes to the Safety Management Systems program by providing dynamic and focused human factors training in aviation maintenance to the civilian and military aviation maintenance workplace. The course design parallels the maintenance human factors course SCSI provided to FAA aviation safety inspectors which the FAA designated an FAA-accepted training course.
Provides Safety Officers and managers with knowledge and training in the process of investigating minor accidents and incidents in an aviation organization. It supports the implementation of an SMS by providing the tools and techniques used to investigate incidents, minor accidents and hazards. There is also practical training in how to investigate an occurrence from initial notification through to writing an investigation report.
Designed to provide individuals with a working knowledge of aircraft mishap prevention and mishap investigation procedures, policies and techniques. Course graduates will be capable of performing the duties of a full-time flight safety officer and as the investigator for aircraft incidents.
Improve Crew Resource Management (CRM) skills (e.g., communication, leadership, situation awareness and conscientiousness) using the information->demonstration->practice->feedback model, an approach that has been shown to produce measurable improvements in team performance. In addition to CRM skills development, team building/cohesiveness enhancement is a major focus of the course and, especially in cases where multiple participants from the same organization attend concurrently, allows participants to work together more effectively to achieve unit or company goals after training is completed.
Achieve the goal of “managing” human error, SCSI’s latest workshop, HEAP, addresses this critical task. HEAP is a practical, case-study-based human factors course that focuses on understanding the causal chain and then how to develop and implement effective mitigation and prevention strategies.
Focuses on the human and organizational factors (organizational behavior, communication, change, climate and culture) in creating, transitioning to or implementing an SMS. Topics include the well known ways people resist change, and ways to successfully overcome resistance to change.
Contributes to the Safety Management Systems Certificate Program by providing best safety practices for ramp and maintenance operations. Compliance with occupational safety requirements, maintenance resource management, and data collection and utilization are incorporated. The role of ramp and maintenance safety in establishing safety goals, a safety culture, audits and risk management are presented.
Contributes to the Safety Management Systems Certificate Program by providing an in-depth review of tools and techniques used to evaluate operations, facilities, equipment, and life cycle activities as part of the risk management, safety audits and assessments, and hazard identification features of SMS. Tools presented include fault tree analysis, critical incident analysis, zonal analysis, and job hazard analysis.
Certified Program Completion
Once a participant has completed the (6) required and elective courses, SCSI will award the Certificate of Aircraft Accident Investigation. The completed courses will be listed and ackknowledgement of your achievment
Upon approval by SCSI, you may transfer in credit for equivalent course taken elsewhere. SCSI will accept equivlalent miliary or commercial courses from another provider on a case by case basis taken within five years of the certificate date.
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