Implementing human factors training in technical operations and maintenance release_dchfkgrntzggncidfradgmfn64

by W R Taggart

Published in Earth space review.

1995   Volume 4, Issue 1, p15-8

Abstract

The author reports experience with design of human factors training for aircraft engineering operations and maintenance. The program was based on five principles: observable skills-based training; integration with policies, practices, and procedures; data-driven and performance focused material; training needs fit organizational and national cultures; and training must be useful and beneficial.
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