In November 2015, EU Regulation 376/2014 came into effect, requiring aviation organisations in the European Union to adopt and maintain a proactive, evidence-based Just Culture. The new regulation aims to encourage the open reporting of safety occurrences by eliminating the inappropriate punishment of front-line staff for genuine mistakes. One key to the successful implementation of safety regulation is to attain a “just culture” reporting environment within aviation organisations, regulators and investigation authorities. This effective reporting culture depends on how those organisations handle blame and punishment.
This one-day classroom or virtual training course is designed to develop a practical competence with regards to the application of Just Culture, enabling participants to confidently implement a Just Culture in their organisation.
This course will enable participants to have:
- The ability and confidence to practically implement a Just Culture within their organisation.
- Greater effectiveness in influencing positive organisational culture change.
- Increased knowledge by identifying reporting barriers.
- Better understanding on how to effectively target interventions to decrease recurrent events.
This course is mainly addressed to Accountable Managers, Flight Safety Officers and Safety Managers, Maintenance Managers, Quality/Compliance Managers and Flight Operations Managers.
Online / Classroom
- Introduction to Just Culture principles following EU 376/2014 regulations.
- The concept of culture and its impact on the safety and performance of an aviation organisation.
- Building a Just Culture within the organisation whilst sustaining behaviour that support Just Culture.
- Effective intervention to ensure decreased recurrent occurrences.
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Auditing Techniques for an EASA Environment
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