Safety Regulation


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Doing Something is Better Than Doing Nothing…Or is It?

August 7, 2017, Sunshine McCarthy, Director of Training, Baldwin Safety & Compliance

There is an old saying, “Doing something is better than doing nothing.” However, doing “something” isn’t always the best or…

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Maximizing Safety and Minimizing Risk in Unmanned Aircraft Operations

August 10, 2016, Josh Olds, Vice President of Operations, Unmanned Safety Institute (USI)

In June 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published its long-awaited rules governing the commercial use of small Unmanned Aircraft…

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FAA Proposed Rules for Small UAS Fall Short

August 3, 2015, Waypoint Global Strategies, Co-authored by, Alex Mirot and Anthony Galante

In February 2015 the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released its long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) on rules for…

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Just Another Look… The Argument for Independent Assessments and Audits

July 2, 2014, Louis A. Sorrentino III, CEO & Managing Director, Aviation & Marine Safety Solutions International

Validating your organization’s efforts to assure safety and operational integrity. The identification and management of hazards affecting the integrity of…

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OSHA Update at a Glance: Workplace Safety & Cabin Crew

April 3, 2014, Used with Permission of MedAire, An International SOS Company, MedAire

Enhancing Safety & Well-Being Through Training & Prevention In 2013, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a Policy Statement to…

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OSHA is Coming to General Aviation

November 7, 2013, Bob Conyers, Sr. Manager, Safety Management, Baldwin Aviation Inc.

General aviation operators have always been subject to OSHA regulations, but have historically been under the radar of regulators, who…

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Does Compliance Imply Safety?

April 1, 2011, Bob Conyers, Sr. Manager, Safety Management, Baldwin Aviation Inc.

Our aviation industry is heavily regulated. At least, that’s how it appears to those of us on the inside. Governments…

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FAA and NTSB

February 15, 2010, Richard Keltner, Safety Specialist, Global Aerospace, Inc.

If you have a significant aviation accident or incident, it is probable that the NTSB, and perhaps the FAA, will…

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