May 15-16, 2017
Washington, DC

Presented by Robert Gould, Bravo Golf Aviation

This course is designed for students to use the theory of individual human performance (human factors) to develop methods to achieve practical risk awareness, risk identification and risk management. The first day covers the theory and safety nets for individual performance, and the second day covers the practical application for risk management. Two case studies are included to show the importance of maintaining personal risk awareness in the workplace and during flight/maintenance operations. The course includes a review of numerous applicable FAA FARs needed to understand the relationship of maintenance to operations and technicians to flight crew. The course is taught through presentations, videos and extensive class participation for the exchange of ideas and experiences. This course is an important basis for understanding risk management within a safety management system.

For more information, contact NBAA’s Tyler Austin at or (202) 783-9267.