Reserved for future use

The following modules provide high level Safety Assessment and Safety Case awareness training.  These modules are of particular interest to managers who need to resource, control and manage safety deliverables.  It also sets the safety foundation for Project Managers, Engineering Directors, Chief Designers, System Engineers, Design Engineers and Safety Practitioners.
  • Module 1.1:  Introduction to Safety Cases
    • as used in MIL-STD-882 and Def Stan 00-56
  • Module 1.2:  Introduction to System Safety Assessments
    • as used for FAR25.1309 compliance
  • Module 1.3:  Safety Case vs Safety Assessments
    • challenges and solutions for using different safety criteria
    • how to combine the two approaches in a manner which benefits industry and the customer
  • Module 1.4: The Legal Framework
    • Product Safety and the Law: Implications on Engineers and Managers
  • Module 1.5:  Safety Management Systems
    • What is an SMS
    • Why do we need?
    • How do we achieve it cost effectively?
The following modules provide high level Safety Assessment and Safety Case awareness training.  These modules are of particular interest to managers who need to resource, control and manage safety deliverables.  It also sets the safety foundation for Project Managers, Engineering Directors, Chief Designers, System Engineers, Design Engineers and Safety Practitioners.
  • Module 1.1:  Introduction to Safety Cases
    • as used in MIL-STD-882 and Def Stan 00-56
  • Module 1.2:  Introduction to System Safety Assessments
    • as used for FAR25.1309 compliance
  • Module 1.3:  Safety Case vs Safety Assessments
    • challenges and solutions for using different safety criteria
    • how to combine the two approaches in a manner which benefits industry and the customer
  • Module 1.4: The Legal Framework
    • Product Safety and the Law: Implications on Engineers and Managers
  • Module 1.5:  Safety Management Systems
    • What is an SMS
    • Why do we need?
    • How do we achieve it cost effectively?
The following modules provide high level Safety Assessment and Safety Case awareness training.  These modules are of particular interest to managers who need to resource, control and manage safety deliverables.  It also sets the safety foundation for Project Managers, Engineering Directors, Chief Designers, System Engineers, Design Engineers and Safety Practitioners.
  • Module 1.1:  Introduction to Safety Cases
    • as used in MIL-STD-882 and Def Stan 00-56
  • Module 1.2:  Introduction to System Safety Assessments
    • as used for FAR25.1309 compliance
  • Module 1.3:  Safety Case vs Safety Assessments
    • challenges and solutions for using different safety criteria
    • how to combine the two approaches in a manner which benefits industry and the customer
  • Module 1.4: The Legal Framework
    • Product Safety and the Law: Implications on Engineers and Managers
  • Module 1.5:  Safety Management Systems
    • What is an SMS
    • Why do we need?
    • How do we achieve it cost effectively?
The following modules provide high level Safety Assessment and Safety Case awareness training.  These modules are of particular interest to managers who need to resource, control and manage safety deliverables.  It also sets the safety foundation for Project Managers, Engineering Directors, Chief Designers, System Engineers, Design Engineers and Safety Practitioners.
  • Module 1.1:  Introduction to Safety Cases
    • as used in MIL-STD-882 and Def Stan 00-56
  • Module 1.2:  Introduction to System Safety Assessments
    • as used for FAR25.1309 compliance
  • Module 1.3:  Safety Case vs Safety Assessments
    • challenges and solutions for using different safety criteria
    • how to combine the two approaches in a manner which benefits industry and the customer
  • Module 1.4: The Legal Framework
    • Product Safety and the Law: Implications on Engineers and Managers
  • Module 1.5:  Safety Management Systems
    • What is an SMS
    • Why do we need?
    • How do we achieve it cost effectively?
These training modules go into more detail by exploring case studies,  These are of interest to Engineering Directors, Chief Designers, System Engineers, Design Engineers, Safety Practitioners and Safety Managers
The first 3 modules are also of interest to pilots and are meant to demonstrate just how the safety assessment/case outputs can be usefull to ensure safety at the sharp end:
  • Module 2.1: Failure Probability estimation in Avionic Systems
    • Apply Safety Criteria to a typical avionic modification.
    • From the failure severity, deduce a safety target and show what is involved in meeting that target (via FTA case study).
  • Module 2.2  Misleading Avionics
    • Explore the safety effects of misleading instruments.
    • Show how the Safety Assessment can assist in fault diagnostics and generation of Flight Reference Cards.
    • Accident video and discussion.
  • Module 2.3: Failure Probability estimation in Mechanical Systems
    • Link structural integrity to the System Safety Assessment
    • Prove safety target accomplishment for mechanical systems (qualitative vs quantitative).
    • Maintenance philosophy vs safety
    • Introduce "Fail Safe" Concept.
    • Show how the Safety Assessment influences/relies on maintenance procedures
    • Accident video and discussion
  • Module 2.4: Certification of Integrated Modular Systems
    • Trends in Avionic Integration  (Single System Architecture; Integrated System Architecture;  Integrated Modular System Architecture)
    • IMA Certification (Regulatory Compliance; Safety Assessment; Design guidance)
  • Module 2.5:  Airworthiness Certification
    • Module 2.5.1: Airworthiness & Safety
    • Module 2.5.2: Civil Airworthiness Certification
      • Module 2.5.2.1:  ICAO (History, Aims and Objectives; The 18 Annexes; ICAO and the National Authorities; Airworthiness)
      • Module 2.5.2.2:  Civil National Authorities (Origins; Intro to FAA; Intro to EASA; Intro to UK CAA; Intro to Hong Kong CAD, etc)
      • Module 2.5.2.3:  Civil Regulatory Framework (Why regulations;  Civil Regulatory approach;  Steps to rulemaking;   FAA Regulatory Structure; EASA Regulatory Structure)
      • Module 2.5.2.4:  Type Certification of Transport Aircraft (The Type Certificate; The Type Certificate Holder;  Changes in Type Design;  Supplemental Type Certificate;  Type Certification of imported products;  Transfer of a Type Certificate; Repairs)
      • Module 2.5.2.5:  EASA Part 21 Type Certification Process (Rrules and applicability; Nine steps of the EASA Certification Process)
      • Module 2.5.2.6:  FAA Type Certification Process
      • Module 2.5.2.7:  Type Certificates  (TCs, RTCs, STCs and changes to them)
      • Module 2.5.2.8:  Complaince Demonstration (Layout of Regulatory Requirements; Compliance Management; Independent Verification;  Approach and Process)
      • Module 2.5.2.9:  Environmental Qualification of components and LRUs (Introduction; RTCA/DO-160 requirements; Evaluation Process)
      • Module 2.5.2.10:  Part 21 Design Organisation Approval ( Part 21 Overview; Part J DOA; The Design Assurance System; The Handbook; A-DOA requirements)
      • Module 2.5.2.11:  Parts and Appliance Approval (Introduction; FAA Approach; EASA Approach; Parts Manufacturing Approval (PMA) considerations)
      • Module 2.5.2.12:  Repair Approval  (Definitions; Case study; EASA Repair Approval; FAA Repair Approval)
      • Module 2.5.2.13:  Technical Standing Orders  (Parts and Appliance Approval; What is a TSO;  Applicable regulations;  ETSO Approval;  TSO Approval; HTSO Approval; etc)
      • Module 2.5.2.14:  Certificate of Airworthiness
    • Module 2.5.3:  Military Airworthiness Certification