AT 57500

Aviation Safety Program Development

The goals of this course are to create a working safety office that allows students to work as a safety officer reacting to real-life aviation safety problems. In so doing, students will achieve the following objectives and will be able to: (1) describe the regulatory and risk environment in which airline safety offices exist; (2) describe safety theories and models; (3) describe human factors and accident causation; (4) collect and analyze safety related data; (5) prepare documentations for references and trainings; (6) manage an airline safety office and implement safety precedents; (7) process and disseminate information related to accident prevention and risk minimization; (8) audit safety plans for air careers, airports, or FBOs. Permission of instructor required.

Credit Hours: 

3

Department: 

Location: 

West Lafayette