Human Factors in Engineering – the Next Generation (12 May 2015)

Human Factors in Engineering – the Next Generation

Aerossurance is pleased to be one of the sponsors of a Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Human Factors Group: Engineering conference on 12 May 2015 at Cranfield University entitled Human Factors in Engineering – the Next Generation:

This one day conference aims to bring together industry professionals and a new generation of engineers and maintenance professionals to promote a common understanding of Human Factors. It will also highlight successful interventions in managing human factors related risks in engineering and maintenance. The conference aims to gain a closer connectivity between the new generation of aerospace professionals and experienced human factors practitioners, as well as a greater shared understanding of the impact of human factors

The programme includes presentations from speakers from Cranfield University, the Civil Aviation Authority, the Royal Air Force, EasyJet and Rolls-Royce, plus two workshop sessions, each with a choice of 4 different topics. Royal Aeronautical Society The event has been priced very reasonably with prices ranging from £100 for non-members to just £35 for students & apprentices (excluding VAT).  With just 4 weeks to go book now to avoid missing out.

Aerossurance has previously written about a number of engineering HF issues:

Professor James Reason’s 12 Principles of Error Management

How To Develop Your Organisation’s Safety Culture

Fatal $16 Million Maintenance Errors

Technical Records – Component Overrun

Inadvertent Fire Bottle Discharge During Maintenance

FOD Damages 737 Flying Controls

For support on maintenance human factors, continuing airworthiness management and safety assurance, contact Aerossurance:

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