Find Safety Resources
Featured Newsletter Article
While simulator time is an important part of ensuring that pilots have the skills they need, owner/operators should not underestimate the value of on-aircraft training. Learn why.By: Vanessa Christie
Online Safety Learning Management System
Easy, online access to practical and interactive aviation safety training! LMS is designed to provide advanced training solutions for the current and next generation of aviation personnel. (Available Jan 2020)
The Global Aerospace Commitment to Safety
The Global Aerospace SM4 Safety Program has revolutionized the way insurance specialists help their clients achieve higher levels of operational safety. SM4 was built on the concept of integrating four critical safety components: planning, prevention, response and recovery. Its mission is to help organizations manage risk, enrich training efforts, strengthen safety culture and improve safety management systems.
Since 2009, the SM4 program has continuously evolved to meet the needs of the industry and provide targeted subject matter experts and financial support to the aerospace sector. SM4’s web-based resources, monthly e-bulletin and various safety initiatives address the most crucial issues in aviation safety.
The 2020 SM4 program will include an emphasis on the critical issue of business aviation’s talent shortage. Global Aerospace clients will have access to an online Learning Management System (LMS) that will further develop and improve their understanding of aviation safety management, professional performance and support their continuous improvement. The new program will also provide the company’s Vista Elite clients with a comprehensive analysis of their flight operation along with tailored safety service offerings from one or more of the SM4 partners.
The Community of Excellence promotes a concept designed to elevate the SM4 Safety Program and deliver unmatched service to the aviation industry.
While simulator time is an important part of ensuring that pilots have the skills they need, owner/operators should not underestimate the value of on-aircraft training. Learn why.
By: Vanessa Christie
Find Safety Resources