The cost per course is $2,000 - individuals who complete all three courses for the Certificate of Management in Aviation Safety (CMAS) will receive a standard discounted price of $1,500 at the time of registration for their third CMAS course; thus reducing the total cost to $5,500 for all three certificate courses.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Course is Part of this Program
Certificate of Management in Aviation Safety
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This course provides the participant with the working knowledge of OSHA's General Industry safety and health standards. In addition, participants gain a fundamental working knowledge of an aviation Ground Safety program concentrating on how incidents/accidents can be prevented and the expense of avoidable incident/accident in terms of dollars and lives lost.
Participants will familiarize themselves with current OSHA violations and issues in aviation, acquire skills in the design and implementation of a ground safety program, and engage in hands-on exercises based on real-world experiences to aid them in application of principles covered in the course.
Participants who complete the course will be eligible for the OSHA 30-hour General Industry Safety & Health Training Card shortly after completion of the course.
Because safety risks affect every individual and department, professionals working in various capacities across the aviation industry can benefit from this knowledge including:
After completing this course, you should be able to demonstrate a comprehensive and broad-based understanding of risk management and competency in:
- Paul Runez, Test Pilot
“I saved this as the last of the three required courses for the [Certificate of Management in Aviation Safety] program. It turned out to be the best.”
“This was an excellent course: well-delivered with great, caring faculty.”
Professor & Program Coordinator
Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach College of Aviation
Dr. O’Toole holds a doctorate in Philosophy in Public Health from the University of Illinois System and a Master’s degree in Science in Technology and Arts in Psychology. His primary research interest lay in safety climate, corporate culture and safety management systems. Dr. O’Toole is an OSHA-authorized instructor.
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