Aerodrome Inspection Course at ERNAM from the 23rd of October 2017

Organizational systems , training , human resources and infrastructure development-related training and modernize

The purpose of this training organized jointly by ICAO and Concordia University in Montreal ,

Organizational systems , training , human resources and infrastructure development-related training and modernizing

INTRODUCTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Training Module: 
Code: 
SEC02
Duration: 
5 Days
Offered Seats: 
25 places
Location: 
ERNAM
Cost: 
3000 EUROS - 1.965.000 FCFA
Didactic material: 
EDUCATIONAL MEDIA / electronic and printed version and the supplementary document

GOAL OF COURSE
This training is the indispensable foundation of knowledge necessary for the implementation of an incident and accident prevention program as part of the Safety Management Systems;
This course is the core to which the other 4 components will aggregate (Human Factors, Collection and Processing of Survey Information, Problem Solving Techniques and Managing Operational Risk) of the die which provides the qualification of expert SMS / SMS.

AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES

This course is for managers performing related security activities:
manufacturers, air forces, operator of transport companies and aerial work, air groups of the public sector, general aviation and recreational authorities
guardianship, airport managers, members of organizations, insurers, lawyers and aeronautical experts.

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

    
Understanding the fundamentals and tools of SMS in order to be able, within its organization, to ensure the implementation and management of SMS;
    
Provide the architecture of the tool box.

CONTENT

    
Safety Basic Concepts;
    
Notions of safety culture;
    
regulatory references;
    
Presentation of SMS tools;

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