Getting Ready for 14 CFR 25.1302
FAA 14 CFR 25.1302 Has Arrived! Is your team ready?
FAA 14 CFR 25.1302 Installed Systems and Equipment for Use by the Flightcrew
The new FAA regulation 14 CFR 25.1302 was published in the Federal Register on May 3, 2013, with an effective date of July 2, 2013. This regulation represents a much more global approach to human factors on the flight deck and will require system and equipment designers to consider human error and feedback in their design and testing of flight deck interfaces.
Our team at Research Integrations and HFYI.com is uniquely and highly qualified to help you ensure your team's compliance with the new regulation. As part of the international Human Factors Harmonization Working Group that developed 14 CFR 25.1302 and its associated advisory circular, AC 25.1302-1 we have been intimately involved with the development of the regulation from its inception, Research Integrations also recently provided guidance and recommendations for the effective launch of the new regulation to the FAA.. Our extensive experience with the development of the new regulation and our many years of addressing the human factors aspects of aviation design and certification for the FAA, NASA, as well as others, makes Research Integrations your best choice to help you ensure your compliance with 14 CFR 25.1302.
We Can Help
Here are some of the ways we can help you be prepared for addressing 14 CFR 25.1302:
- Enterprise Training - We can provide custom training development based on the specific needs of your team and organization to prepare for compliance with 14 CFR 25.1302.
- Coaching and Consultation for your Design and Certification Team - We will partner with you to develop and implement effective processes and methods of compliance that fit your team.
HFYI Training and Job Aid
- New HFYI Aviation Certification and Design Training Courses - We are developing a 9-course online, self-paced training series focused on aviation human factors design and certification based on elements described in the recently released Advisory Circular AC 25.1302-1. As they are ready, these online courses will be available at our training hub at www.HFYI.com. Here's what is available from that series so far to help you with 14 CFR 25.1302:
- Human Factors Certification and Design Overview - We've created a video overview of the aviation design and certification processes that make up the foundation of our new aviation training series. It provides a global look at how we break down the design process with a focus on on the aspects of the process that relate to the human factors design and certification decisions that must be made. Click Here for immediate, free access to the overview video.
- Course 1: Defining and Documenting Intended Function - The first course available in our Human Factors Aviation Certification and Design Training Series, Defining and Documenting Intended Function as required by 25.1302 and other regulations. This online, self-paced training course provides a step-by-step process and case study example to get your design and certification project off on the right foot. For more information about this course visit the Defining and Documenting Intended Function course description page.
- HFYI Design CoPilot application (www.designcopilot.com) - Our online application breaks down the human factors considerations for flight deck design and certification and provides information about how to identify and address them.
Research Integrations Blog Series
- RII Blog Series on 14 CFR 25.1302 - Need a quick primer on the new rule? Read our blog series on the topic including a quick list of documents you should read to help get prepared and a description of the rationale for why this rule was created. We also have a post on the Top 5 Things You Should Know about 14 CFR 25.1302 that provides a quick glimpse of five important things that everyone needs to know about the rule. Stay tuned as additional posts related to 14 CFR 25.1302 are added.
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