.Sleep is characterized by five stages of sleep: Stage 1: This is a transitional phase between waking and sleeping. Describe the procedure for carrying out a dye-penetrant NDT check on an aircraft component. Communication can be: verbal spoken - e.
Repetitive tasks Repetitive tasks in aircraft maintenance engineering typically refer to tasks that are performed several times during a shift, or a number of times during a short time period, e. Stressors may be: Physical - such as heat, cold, noise, vibration, presence of something damaging to health e. The working environment comprises the physical environment, the social environment and the tasks that need to be carried out. Ask others to check your work. Low frequency noise, such as that associated with aircraft engines, can also cause vibration. Heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature continue to drop.
The culture of an organization can be described as the way we do things here. Attention can be thought of as the concentration of mental effort on sensory or mental events. Include details of types of fluid used. Sleep, Fatigue and Shift Work Sleep is a natural state of reduced consciousness involving changes in body and brain physiology which is necessary to man to restore and replenish the body and brain.
Communication can be: verbal spoken - e. Normal hearing is from 20 Hz to 20, Hz Hangar noise is about 70 to 75 decibel Earplugs reduce noise by 20 decibel Earmuffs reduce noise by 40 decibel Impact of Noise on Performance It can: be annoying e. You are a shift leader carrying out a major airframe repair that will not be completed during your shift.
Engineers do not work alone, they work in a system with an organizational culture. Discuss how these affects can be minimized. Make the area safe Protect any casualties from further danger; Remove the danger if it is safe to do so i. Sleep is characterized by five stages of sleep: Stage 1: This is a transitional phase between waking and sleeping. Within a maintenance organization, data on errors, incidents and accidents should be captured with a Safety Management System SMS , which should provide mechanisms for identifying potential weak spots and error- prone activities or situations. These powerful and persuasive lessons are the positive aspects of human error.
Health effects - such as nausea, headaches, sleep problems, diarrhea, ulcers, etc. You are required to carry out a torque loading.
Many tasks can be done better by a team, but a team can also lead an individual to do things which the individual would not normally do group polarization, risky shift, group thinking. How and where would you picket the aircraft and what checks would you carry out? Give details of defects it will find, what materials the techniques may be used on and what are the chief advantages and disadvantages of each technique Minor injury such as a sprained wrist, etc.