Module 91. Describe in detail the effects of stress on an engineer and how environmental factors affect stress.Discuss how these affects can be minimized.2. If a major skin repair was being carried out on an aircraft and you were the team leader, and therepair was not going to be completed within your shift period, how would you do a shift handover forthe next shift?3. Describe human error in aircraft maintenance and the inspectionenvironment, and describe how it can be minimized.4. There are many different types of maintenance error reporting schemes. Maintenance Error DecisionAid (MEDA) is one. Explain its implementation and how this is achieved within a company?5. Name two pressures the engineer is subjected to, how they originate and how to prevent them6. With regard to circadian rhythms, expand on the following:
t does 'circadian' mean?
• What is a 'circadian rhythm'?
• How is the body affected after a long flight over several time zones?
• Ref. above
- how can the effects be minimized?
• What is meant by 'post lunch low'?
• With respect to circadian rhythms, what
is meant by 'acrophase'?7. You are a shift leader carrying out a major airframe repair that will not be completed during yourshift. How are you going to communicate this to the incoming shift with regards to outstanding work,data and spares?8. What are the different types of stress encountered at the workplace, and as an employer, what arethe ways to relieve stress of your employees?7. What is the impact of human factors on:a) Maintenance scheduling, andb) Environmental factors8. What are the human factors effecting the maintenance?
9. Describe ‘Maintenance Error Decision Aid’ (MEDA) and how is it utilized for accident prevention.
Technical Essay Writing
We have scheduled a Technical Essay Writing Preparation course to cover Modules 7, 9 and 10 at B1 and B2 level. The course cost includes the training and examination.
For those who wish to undertake all three modules the course will start straight after the morning examination. Notes will be provided on arrival.
Please note our Instructors do not pre-empt the examination questions. Guidance on essay construction and various assignments appropriate to the subject module are given, however these assignments cannot be guaranteed to cover the actual examination questions.
To provide students with advice and methods of achieving good pass rates on the EASA Part-66 written modular exams.
The format of the course is one full day with the examination on the following morning (please note this is NOT the full module).
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