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  1. FAA AIRWORTHINESS SAFETY SEMINARS

  2. Putting “yoU” In Human Factors !!!

  3. Your Presenter Is ...... LOU LERDA

  4. A SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGER WITH

  5. THESEATTLEFLIGHTSTANDARDSDISTRICTOFFICE

  6. SEMINAR GROUND RULES • Ask Questions. • Don’t be overly sensitive. • This requires everyone’s input. • Keep an open mind. • Ask Questions !!

  7. LAST BUT NOT LEAST ... KNOCK OFF THE “SIR” GARBAGE!

  8. Putting “yoU” In Human Factors !!!

  9. SEMINAR OBJECTIVE Examine the role of maintenance personnel in the chain of events that cause an aviation occurrence. Develop ways to prevent or lessen the seriousness of the occurrence !

  10. SO WHAT’S THIS HUMAN FACTORS STUFF ANYWAY ? • How does it affect me ? • Why should I care .... it’s just another tool for management. • SHOW ME THE MONEY !

  11. Ever see this person on the flight line?

  12. Or how about this person?

  13. And last but not least .... THIS person !!

  14. Everyone has seen these three characters and many more ....

  15. How did they get that way ? E L D

  16. EarlyLifeDecisions

  17. Event Reaction Event Reaction RATIONAL EMOTIONAL MIND MIND ADULT / CHILD Early Life Decisions Make us what we are today !!!

  18. OK, but whats that got to do with me and how well I do my job?

  19. Individual reactions to events depend upon the following : • FATIGUE • STRESS • COMPLACENCY • COMMUNICATION • AWARENESS • DISTRACTION

  20. Individual reactions to events : • LACK OF KNOWLEDGE • TEAMWORK • RESOURCES • PRESSURE • LACK OF ASSERTIVENESS • NORMS

  21. These are the DIRTY DOZEN

  22. We’ll look at them, one at a time . . . .

  23. As well as some safety nets for each one

  24. COMPLACENCY

  25. and the safety nets are .... • Always follow the checklist or work cards • Never work from memory • Be sure to vary your routine periodically • Be aware of the dangers of complacency

  26. DISTRACTION

  27. The safety nets ... • Use a detailed check list. • Always finish the job. • Double inspect the work. • Use torque seal and/or safety wire. • Record or tag uncompleted work. • When you go back to the job, always go back three (3) steps.

  28. PRESSURE

  29. The safety nets . . . • STOP! assess the situation. • LOOK at the situation rationally. a. Can I safely do the job on time? b. Have I voiced my concerns clearly? c. What is the worst thing that can happen to me? • LISTEN to your rational mind! a. Has this happened before? • ACT Speak up, ask for help or time.

  30. SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!

  31. RESOURCES

  32. Lack of Resources Safety Nets • Check all suspect areas at the beginning of all inspections and AOG the required parts. • Order & stock parts before they’re required. • Know your sources, arrange for pooling a/o loaning • Maintain aircraft to the highest Std, if in doubt X.

  33. LACK OF KNOWLEDGE

  34. Lack of knowledge .. Safety Nets • Obtain school training on type, and model. • Get supervised OJT • Use current manuals, old data doesn’t cut it! • Tech Rep’s are there for a purpose...use them.

  35. BREAK TIME

  36. LACK OF AWARENESS

  37. AWARENESS SAFETY NETS • THINK ... what could occur in the event of an accident. • CHECK ... will your work conflict with a previous or existing repair a/o modification. • ASK ... see if anyone else can spot a problem you overlooked.

  38. STRESS

  39. P E R F O R M A N C E S T R E S S CAPACITY TO COPE BASIC CAUTION JOB STRESS BASIC DISTRESS LIVING STRESS

  40. HOW TO MANAGE STRESS • If you don’t manage stress, it will manage YOU! • STOP stop burning up emotional energy • LOOK rationally at the problem • LISTEN to your rational not emotional mind • ACT once you have a plan, do it !

  41. OTHER STRESS HELPERS • Be sure the solution starts with “I” • Be realistic and practical. • TAKE a BREAK !! • Talk to someone who is not emotionally involved with the problem. • Don’t expect miracles......just keep trying.

  42. FATIGUE

  43. WHAT IS FATIGUE ? • Fatigue is the bodies normal reaction to a physical or mental stress of a prolonged duration. • There are TWO types of fatigue. • ACUTE ... short duration, cured with good nights sleep. • CHRONIC ... occurs over a period long period of time, long recovery!

  44. CAUSES OF FATIGUE • Long hours of labor (any type). • Stress of high intensity. • Large temperature variations. • Noise ... above 80 db for long duration. • Vibration for long periods and sufficient intensity. • STRONG lighting.

  45. SYMPTOMS OF FATIGUE • Enhanced stimulus required in order to respond. • Attention reduced • Memory diminished • Mood becomes withdrawn. • Circadian Rhythm (time of day effect).

  46. COMMUNICATIONS

  47. This is Communications .... “ I have to tell you that what you heard and what I said are two different things and what you think I said is definitively not what I meant @*~<!!!” SOUND FAMILIAR ?

  48. THE SECRET TO GOOD COMMUNICATIONS You have 2 Ears 2 Eyes 1 Mouth Use them in that order

  49. To Improve Communication“Learn to Listen” • Don’t : 1) Debate 2) Detour 3) Pre-plan 4) Tune-out • Do : 1) Ask Questions 2) Paraphrase 3) Make eye contact 4) Use positive body language

  50. LACK OF ASSERTIVENESS