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RAeS Human Factors Group Rail Safety & Standards BoardRecognizing the Potential of Human Factors Training in the Rail & Aviation IndustriesMay 21, 2009at the Royal Aeronautical Society4 Hamilton Place, London W1

recognizing the potential of human factors training
Recognizing the Potential of Human Factors Training

Rail and Aviation Human Factors Conference

May 21, 2009

Royal Aeronautical Society,

4 Hamilton Place, London W1

Title: Recognizing the Potential of Human Factors Training in the Rail and Aviation Industries

Topics: Looking at current HF Training in a range of operational environments, this conference covers fundamental aspects and issues in HF Training Strategy and Delivery for the Rail and Aviation industries, including:

- Just Culture vs. Blame Culture

- Threat and Error Management

- Training Value and Cost

- Use of flight and rail simulators and FTDs

Speakers:

• AM KEYNOTE: Prof. James Reason (UMIST) - Corporate Culture and HF

• PM KEYNOTE: Dr. Steven Predmore (VP Safety, Jetblue Airlines)

• Mike O’Leary (BA retd) - Corporate implementation of BASIS Safety Management System

• NHS (TBA) - Clinical use of CRM/HF

• RNLI (TBA) - Implementing HF Training and Simulation for Lifeboats

• Captain Neil Woollacott (FlyBe) - Just Culture and the Flybe SMS

• Malcolm Cook (Simulator centre manager, First ScotRail) – Creative use of Simulators

• Capt. Rick Newson (CAA ) - HF in Single Pilot Operations

The conference is organized by the joint industry Rail and Aviation Group of the Royal Aeronautical Society HFG and the RSSB.As with all HFG conferences this is volunteer-organized and run on a not-for-profit breakeven basis to ensure accessibility.

Registration: Registration Fee: £70 including lunch, tea and coffee breaks. To register: Please return this form with your cheque payable to the CRM Working Group, by May 10th, to: Karen Dorato-Namocatcat, , c/o Rail Safety and Standards Board, Euston Road, mailto rail@raes-hfg.com.Cheques must be in GBP£ negotiable without charge in the UK. For Euros, US$ or Canadian$ or direct bank transfers please contact R. Heybroek, Hon. Treasursr, RAeS HFG: rpht [at] loftwork.co.uk

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Recognizing the Potential of Human Factors Training

Conference Programme

AM 0830-0900 Registration, Coffee

0900-0910 Welcome – Dr. Ann Mills, RSSB and Carey Edwards, Chair RAeS HFG

0910-0950 Keynote Address – Prof. James Reason, Emeritus Profesor,

Organizational Psychology, UMIST –

Just Culture: Human Factors Integration in Safety Culture and Safety Management

0950-1010 Coffee Break

1010-1040 Mike O’Leary (BA ret’d) - Corporate implementation of the BASIS Safety Information System

1040-1110 Alison Forster (Safety Director, First Group) –

Competence Management and Team Performance Skills

1110-1140Captain Neil Woollacott (FlyBe) - Just Culture and the Flybe SMS

1140-1210 Malcolm Cook (Simulator Centre Manager, First ScotRail) and

Justin Willett (National Express) –

Just Culture - Organisational Treatment of Errors & Managing Errors in the Simulator.

1210-1310 Luncheon

PM 1310-1355 Keynote Address - Dr. Steven Predmore, VP and Chief Safety Officer, JetBlue -

How Human Factors Policy Can Help Reduce Operational Overheads

1355-1425 TBA – National Health Service – Implementing HF Training in the Clinical Context

1425-1445 Tea Break

1445-1515 TBA - Royal National Lifeboat Institute – Implementating HF Training & Simulation Afloat

1515-1545 Lynne Milligan (Arriva TW / SIDAC) – TBA

1545-1600 Q&A, Closing Comments from the joint Chairmen