||Subject area||Airport Planning, Operations and Management
|Name||Airside Accident and Incident Investigation|
On successfully completing the course, trainees will be able to:
- Have an understanding of the legal framework for the conduct of investigations
- Have an understanding of the organization of a large investigation
- Have an awareness of risk and hazard in aviation
- The skills of conducting a local investigation
- Have an insight into the way explanatory models shape an enquiry
- Have an understanding of investigation as a tool in an SMS
- Have an insight into event analysis in order to promote safety
Who shoud attend
- Any airside operations staff involved in reporting accidents and incidents.
- Aerodrome Middle Management, Operations, and Safety staff that are required to conduct Accident and Incident Investigations as part of their duties.
- Any other members of staff who wants to gain an understanding of how to conduct Accident and Incident Investigations.
- The nature of investigation: Legal requirements, purpose of investigation
- Conduct of an investigation: Outline of how investigations are managed,
- Investigation and the link to Safety Management: Investigation as a tool within an SMS, investigation as a validation tool for an SMS Interview techniques
- Dealing with local incidents: Conducting local investigation Accident and Investigation case studies and exercise
- Report writing: The structure of reports with emphasis on the Analysis section, the role of recommendation in investigation reports, setting targets and completion dates
- Learning from events: Drawing the correct conclusions Closing out reports
This course is not planned, Request