Safety Management Training

Aircraft Availability | Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 A310 | A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

These courses are aiming at providing operators with knowledge on Safety fundamentals and best practices to run an effective airline’s Safety Management System (SMS) as well as conducting an efficient Flight Data Analysis (FDA) within a safety department.

This is also bringing the principles of the Threat and Error Management. Customers can also find out how to take control of the entire AirFASE product suite. 

XG14 - Operator Safety Management System (SMS)

 

Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 | A310 A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

The course aim to provide operators with knowledge on Safety fundamentals and best practices to run an eddective arline's Safety Management System (SMS).

The accordance with the latest ICAO standards (Annex 19 abd Safety Management Manual 3rd version); this course reviews the 4 SMS elements (Safety Policy and Objectives, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance and Safety Promotion) through an airline's organization with theoretical presentations and practical workshops. 

The course is designed for Airline's personnel involved inSMS (from Safety and operational departments)

Notes: 

  • Authorities dealing with operators' SMS can also attend this course
  • This course could be mixed together with the FDA Safety Analyst course (ref.: XG15) upon request (total 5 days).

XG15 – Fight Data Analysis (FDA) - Safety Analyst

Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 | A310 A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

The course aims at providing the necessary knowledge to conduct an efficient Flight Data Analysis (FDA) within a safety department to the following personnel:

  • “FDA team leaders”
  • Fight Safety Officers
  • Pilots who will be assigned as “Fight Operations Interpreters"
  • Fight ops engineers who will be assigned as “Technical interpreters"
  • IT personnel who will be in charge of assisting the FDA Team Leader
  • Any person within the safety department who wants to understand what the FDA constraints are and how to achieve its objectives.

XG18 - Threat and error management

Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 | A310 A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

This course provides the necessary knowledge and skills for pilots who will conduct the observation of the principles of Threat and Error Management (TEM).  Such observation, also known as "Observation Monitoring", is not a line check and should be correlated with TRI / TRE activities.  This course is designed for experienced pilots (captains or first officers) but usually without any management responsibilities in order to avoid conflicts of interest between the reports that should be issued and their management position.

XG40A1 - AirFASE user course

Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 | A310 A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

Take control of the entire AirFASE product suite. Learn the different approach to process data, access flightys and their animation, generate statistical reports and administer AirFASE.

Experience the complex AirFASE product suite in-depth technical training in order to make AirFASE work best in your context. 

Flight Data Monitoring Process in practice: from data collection to technical training analysis of flight an edition od statistical reports. 

This product course is adapted for different users of the system - Flight Operations Engineer, Flight Analysis / Pilots, Flight Safety officers and IT personnel. Each user profile is trained with the AirFASE product suite just as he would use AirFASE in real life within his Flight Safety team. 

XG19 - Risk Assessment in Practice - Runway Excursion

Applicability: Mixed fleet

Airbus Aircraft Family: A300 | A310 A320 | A330 | A340 | A350 | A380

A Safety Management System (SMS), as mandated by FAA, EASA and ICAO regulations, provides a structured management approach to control safety risks in operations. To achieve this, the SMS requires a robust process for risk management, including advanced strategies for assessing risk (2nd pillar of the SMS, as per ICAO).

The concepts associated with Hazard Identification Risk Assessment (HIRA) are all simple on paper, but experience shows that doing it in practice can be rather challenging.

Going beyond theory, this workshop will provide you with one risk assessment methodology for runway excursions which is already in use by more and more operators.

Why focus on runway excursions? Because it is one of the major key risk areas as identified by regulators and IATA (25% of all accidents during the last 5 years, as per IATA Safety Report 2019).

Key reasons to choose this course:

  • Review basic concepts of risk assessment
  • Go from theory to practice by learning and applying a methodology for runway excursion risk assessment
  • Acquire practical knowledge to tackle one of the major key risk areas in the industry
  • NAVBLUE relies on industry experts to find and provide solutions to help you improve safety of your operation

Target audience:

  • Safety Managers and Risk Managers advising Accountable Managers
  • Safety Analysts, Safety Specialists and Flight Data Analysts responsible for conducting risk assessments
  • Civil Aviation Authority Auditors and other Safety Auditors looking for risk assessment tools
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