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AMEC/TEAC 2020 Virtual Maintenance Conference Schedule
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AMEC/TEAC Virtual Conference Oct 22, 2020
Industry Notice and IPB from Transport – MSA Deviations
TC has issued some Interim Changes for small Private Aircraft:
Joint Aviation Leadership Letter
We’re proud to stand together and support #CanadianAviation. We’ve asked @JustinTrudeau and our government to support our industry. We’re #inittogether and stand ready to get Canadians and our economy moving again.
A Human Factors reminder about the Coronavirus
From: Gordon Dupont
Hello fellow AMEs:
The jokingly called “Mexican beer flu” is no longer a joke but has shown that it can and does kill.
This very real threat can cause various degrees of stress in an individual. The greater the degree of stress, the more the mind focuses on the stressor and not the job at hand. As an AME your work calls for your full concentration on the job.
So what to do? Your human factors training has given you Safety nets to help you avoid making a human error when stressed. Number one is to be aware of this stress and take just a minute for Safety.
a) What could go wrong doing this task?
b) Go over each step taken to ensure no error has been made.
c) Ask a workmate to check your work.
Stress is a major contributing factor to human error and as a human remember:
YET – You’re Eligible Too.
To read more about Stress you can go to our website at:
Follow the link above and read #21 Stress
Stay Safe and Healthy
Gordon Dupont CEO (retired)
System Safety Services
& father of the Dirty Dozen