Aviation safety issues and actions
Recommendation issued to: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
|Date issued:||16 February 2001|
|Safety action status:|
See Air Safety Information Paper `ATSB Survey of Licensed
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in Australia'.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau recommends that CASA
requires Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Licensed Aircraft
Maintenance Engineers to undergo appropriate human factors training
addressing non-technical performance in areas such as coordination,
communication and the management of time pressures.
|Date issued:||03 September 2001|
|Response from:||Civil Aviation Safety Authority|
|Action status:||Closed - Partially Accepted|
CASA has included Human Factors subjects in the revised Aircraft
Maintenance Engineer syllabus under CASR Part 147 - Maintenance
Training Organisations, ensuring that students are trained in this
subject. For current Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, CAR
30 and CAR 214 Training Programmes should be utilised to deliver
Human Factors Training.