The SM4 logo represents the belief that a safety culture is defined by how you integrate your approach to Planning, Prevention, Response and Recovery into the everyday way you work and live.
The Global Aerospace SM4 program is a fully supported collection of expertise and resources that you can utilize to develop and improve your understanding of safety management and refine your Safety Management System (SMS).
SM4’s aviation safety resources can be accessed through:
- Aviation Safety Resource Website
Our website contains volumes of information about almost every aspect of aviation safety and aviation risk management. This information is available in the Resources section of this website and can be copied and shared with your employees. We also provide links to other safety-related websites and information sources. The SM4 website gives users the opportunity to directly engage nationally recognized safety experts—our SM4 Partners—by asking them questions about your safety-related issues.
- Aviation Safety Newsletter
If you register as an SM4 participant, you will receive a monthly aviation safety newsletter. The SM4 Newsletter articles are focused on cutting edge issues related to aviation safety. The SM4 Newsletters, which can be used to augment the Safety Promotion pillar of your SMS, are delivered electronically every month, and they often contain links to expanded aviation safety information.
- Aviation Safety Initiatives
Global Aerospace sponsors safety seminars that are presented across the United States and Canada. These seminars deliver the most relevant content from the most qualified experts in aviation safety and the related issues of human factors, emergency response, safety culture development and many other topics.
These resources are made available free of charge. We welcome all members of the aviation community (whether they are Global Aerospace customer or not) to participate in SM4 by commenting on what you read, offering new resources, participating in the discussions and seminars, and by sharing the aviation safety training knowledge you possess.
As always, we’re open to ideas for new topics and issues—the ones you face every day as a risk manager or an aviation professional.
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