MAYDAY Human Factors Training Tool
The package includes:
- 1x game board with accessories
- 1x set of staff cards
- 1x set of task cards
- Debriefing and feedback forms
- 1x facilitator’s guide
- 1x set of game rules
We pack the board game in a quality cardboard box for easy transportation and storage.
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We believe that interactive Safety Training for Maintenance is conducive to a more profound understanding of why human factors and human performance and limitations issues are relevant for staff functions in the operational environment.
MAYDAY Safety Training for Maintenance is an interactive classroom training tool for human factors training. The objective is to enhance the understanding of how knowledge of human factors can mitigate the risks of a negative impact or dangerous effects throughout your organisation.
This scenario-based learning concept enables your organisation to assess the non-technical skills of your employees:
- Situational awareness
- Risk assessment
How does it work?
MAYDAY Safety Training for Maintenance is a self-facilitating learning tool which offers an interactive and dynamic approach to human factors. The participants play together and make operational decisions as a team, but in a non-operational (safe) environment. These decisions will affect the outcome of the game, and the consequences are displayed as extra:
To limit the consequences, the participants must train their skills in communication, teamwork, and decision-making. And they must mitigate the Dirty Dozen which highlight the twelve most common maintenance-related causes of error – and their subsequent impact on your organisation or staff.
Safety Culture Check
The training tool incorporates debriefing sessions to get unique and valuable feedback from participants in the following areas:
- Unresolved training needs
- Organisational problem areas or safety issues
- Your role and the impact of your decisions on your staff
The information is collected by the facilitator through the built-in assessment tool which monitors and assesses the learning outcome. Furthermore, the training tool offers a management report of Best Maintenance Practice.
The report contains evaluations of the team’s prioritisations on the factors Risk, Cost & Time. This insight constitutes a strong tool for evaluating the safety culture within your organisation – and it can serve as the steppingstone for corrective action to ensure a stronger and aligned safety culture through the entire organisation.
EASA: Annex II (part-145) 145.A.30; AMC2 145.A.30(e); GM 145.A.30(e); 145.A.35; AMC 145.A.35(d)
FAA: The concept follows the recommendations from FAA described in AC 120-72A for Maintenance Human Factors Training
|Duration||2,5 – 3 hours|
|Group size||3 – 6 people per game|
|Topics||Safety Culture and Organizational Factor, Human Performance and Limitations, Work Environment, Human Error, Teamwork etc.|
|Benefits||Cost effective, easy to implement into existing training programmes, can identify training needs and problem areas|