NAS Pensacola ASO Training by wfq74180

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									School of Aviation Safety



   Aviation Safety
   Officer Course
                 ASO Course
Subject                      Course Hours
Aerodynamics                             25
Aeromedical                               5
Investigations                           21
Programs                                 29
Psychology                               24
Reporting                                35
Structures                               23
Admin/General                            10
            Total = 28 Days, 172 Hours
  Aerodynamics Objectives

     Fixed-wing and Rotary-wing
• Provide the ASO with the tools to:
  • Understand hazards related to
    aircraft performance
  • Conduct aerodynamics training
  • Conduct aerodynamic analysis of an
    aircraft mishap
      Fixed-Wing Instruction
• Basic Review (Lift, Drag, etc.)
• Aircraft Performance (Turning, Stalls,
  Spins, T/O & Landing)
• Thrust Required, Available, Asymmetric
• Range/Endurance
• Basic Stability & Control
• New Technologies
     Rotary-Wing Instruction
• Basic Review (Lift, Drag, etc.)
• Rotor Systems
• Aircraft Performance (Single Engine,
  Hovering, Forward Flight, Climb)
• Engine Operation, Power Functions
• Range/Endurance
• Flight Regimes, Auto-rotation
    Aeromedical Objectives

• Familiarize the ASO with
  capabilities and optimal utilization
  of the “aeromedical team”
• Safety impact and management of
  selected medical and physiological
  human factor hazards
     Aeromedical Instruction
• Sources & Capabilities of Aeromedical
  Support
• Unit Self-assessment/Safety Survey
• HFC/HFB Structure & Procedures
• Pre-mishap Planning/Post-mishap Procedures
• Medical/Physiological Hazards
• Mishap Scenes
   Investigations Objectives

• Provide the ASO with the
  knowledge necessary to investigate
  an aviation mishap
  • AMB Organization
  • Crash Site Management/Analysis
  • Evidence Analysis
  • Cause Factor Selection
  Investigations Instruction

• Classroom Lectures (13 hours)
  • Techniques/Procedures/Assistance
• Broken Parts Lab (6 hours)
• Crash Lab (4 hours)
• MIR Exercise (10 hours)
    Programs Objectives

• Provide the ASO with an
  understanding of the concepts and
  methods used to manage and promote
  the unit safety program.

• To sustain the highest level of safety
  awareness and combat readiness.
     Programs Instruction

•   Operational Risk Management
•   Organizational Effectiveness
•   Safety Program Elements
•   NAVOSH
•   Safety Survey Techniques
•   Seminars
       Programs Changes
• ORM (7 hours)-front loaded
  • Added 2 hours-exercise
  • ORM implementation paper
    • Vice Command Climate
    • Paper review class
• Pre-Mishap Plan exercise (1 hr)
• Combined Model for Command
  Excellence & Responsive/Reactive
  Command
     Programs Changes
• Domino Theory moved to Psych
 • POLC-dropped
• Dropped Saratoga/POLC example
                 Psychology
Human performance as it relates to aviation
mishap prevention programs.
• Human Factors & Human Error
      • including: HFACS taxonomy, briefs, & packages
•   Systems Concept & Design
•   Visual/Vestibular Illusions
•   Attention & Situational Awareness
•   Stress, Fatigue, & Circadian Disturbance
                 Psychology              (cont’)



• Personality, Attitude, Judgement, &
  /Decision-making
  • including: HFC/HFB seminar & directives
• Communication & Crew Coordination
  • including: ACT Program update & directive
• Human Factors in Maintenance
  • including: GCT, Maintenance ORM, &
    HFACS-ME
             Psychology                (cont’)



• Supervisory & Organizational Issues
    • including: Command Safety
      Assessment (CSA) &
                 Maintenance Climate
      Assessment Survey (MCAS)
          Psychology Changes
• Updates/Expands:
 • HFACS Packages
 • Human Factors/Maintenance Initiatives
 • ACT Program
• Adds:
 • CSA & MCAS [tied to Culture Workshop]
 • GCT
 • Maintenance ORM
      Reporting Objectives
• 3750 .6
• Mishap determination & reporting
  • MR/MIR
• Concept of Privilege
  • What it is
  • How to protect it
• Hazard reporting
       Reporting Instruction

•   Privilege
•   Aviation Safety Program Fam
•   Hazard Reporting
•   Mishap Costing and Reporting
•   Mishap Investigations
•   MIR Exercise
•   Endorsements & Wrap-up
         Reporting Challenges
• What the book says vs. what the fleet
  does
  • Nobody QAs the fleet
  • 3750.6 hard to read vice other instructions
  • Software for report generator
• Official changes vs. errata
• Release of revised instruction, 3750.6R
     Structures Objectives

• Provide the ASO with an
  understanding of the basic
  principles and terminology of the
  aircraft structures discipline.
• Assist the ASO in detecting and
  eliminating hazards and in
  investigating mishaps
     Structures Instruction

• Structural Terminology &
  Principles
• Failure Modes
  • Static Fracture, Buckling, Fatigue
• Composite Materials
• Structures Lab
  Administrative/General Time
• Orientation/Graduation
• Director’s Time
  • Course Introduction (incl RADM Chaplin)
  • Course Wrap-up
          Guest Speakers

• Mr. Dick Healing
• RADM Dirren
• Misc speakers
  • Flag Officers
  • Senior Members
  • MIST Team (Bruce Trenholm)
      ASO Course Changes
•   Wing/Base ASO course
•   Distance Learning
•   Dept Head course
•   CDs
            Fleet Input
• 6 weeks-too long
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