Safety Culture & Promotion
Empirical Safety Data Finally Emerges Regarding Masks and Face Coverings. It May Not Be What You Expected.
More than six months have now passed since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) became an international household word. Paradoxically, only until recently has any demonstrable evidence surfaced to evaluate the recommendations coming from the health community.
Much is being written these days about the shifting of “normalcy,”’ given the global COVID-19 pandemic. What we have come to understand as “normal” in business aviation today has changed dramatically in just a few short months.
Downtime used to be hard to come by. Remember just a couple of months ago when the pace of operations…
Detection vs. Prevention Much has been written about the key elements of a Safety Management System (SMS). According to the…
The key to improving aviation safety isn’t simply having a well-designed and implemented SMS. That program must be supported by engaged leadership and adhered to with integrity. Learn what that means.
When traveling abroad, it’s important to be cautious about the alcohol you consume.
Slow onset hypoxia is a dangerous phenomenon that poses a high risk of fatalities. Aviation professionals must be trained to recognize the condition. Learn about it.
The aviation industry is somewhat unique in its talent requirements. Highly skilled and experienced personnel are essential to safe, effective…
Marshalling Signals and the Need to Look Beyond the Aircraft As the next installment in the series on Assuring System…
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