1. Identify and apply system safety definitions, principles, and concepts discussed in the selected textbook.
2. Apply the basic concept of risk management as applied to aviation safety.
3. Justify the need for an aviation safety program and the issues, which must be addressed when building an aviation safety program.
4. Identify and understand the factors, which influence "risk taking" by people and management controls over "risk taking."
5. Demonstrate how the program elements listed below are incorporated into an aviation safety program: a) Internal reporting and information distribution systems.b) Safety committees. c) Inspection and audit programs. d) Education and training. e) Awards programs. f) Preparation for an accident investigation. g) Office Management
6. Explain the special requirements for an airport/heliport safety program and compare these requirements to a typical aviation safety program.
7. Compare and contrast the special requirements for an airport maintenance safety program to a typical aviation safety program.
8. Analyze and comprehend analytical techniques for hazard risk evaluation and control.
9. Apply safety management systems techniques in the development of an aviation safety program.
10. Develop and defend, in writing, an aviation safety program.