We all face safety occurrences from time to time. Thankfully the most common ones don’t have catastrophic outcomes on the day. Whilst we would rather they didn’t happen, they do provide opportunities to learn and improve the way we do things. When properly investigated and analysed, these incidents have the potential to facilitate proactive safety improvements without waiting for a catastrophic accident to occur.
This course equips participants with the practical skills needed to investigate and analyse operational events with a view to developing safety improvements within their organization. It applies the latest techniques in barrier based analysis which integrate elegantly with barrier based risk
assessment, thus facilitating an environment where safety improvements are continuously made.
Any individuals conducting or overseeing incident/accident investigations within their organisation
1. Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) accident
2. Runway excursion accident
3. Loss of control incident
We use a mix of presentations, interactive exercises, case studies and guided workshops to make sure you get the most out of the day.
We only choose training venues that create a positive learning environment: natural light, good food and plenty of tea/coffee.
£1450 + VAT
Anthony Venetz has over 30 years commercial aviation experience in a variety of positions including 10 years as a pilot on 747s for Qantas, a regional airline pilot in South Australia, owning and operating a successful flying school and as a commercial seaplane pilot in Micronesia.
While flying for Qantas, he was also appointed a Senior Safety Investigator, responsible for conducting risk assessments, leading investigations into incidents and accidents and making recommendations to senior management on safety. He has an MA in Aviation Management.
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