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Commentary, InSight, News
As the air transport industry and airline travel recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for qualified personnel, including pilots and technical staff, will increase, and the…
by FSF Editorial Staff
InSight, Managing Editor’s Notebook, News
A stronger organizational culture could have helped the flight department avoid the event and its aftermath.
by Jerry Dibble
Examining the steps of setting up a voluntary reporting system.
by Robert Baron
Research shows organizations can avoid catastrophe by relying on properly functioning processes and procedures.
by Robert I. Baron
InSight, Safety Culture
For an organization to claim that safety is in its DNA, the organization must go further than just checking boxes for compliance.
It should come as no surprise that one of the most crucial elements of a safety management system (SMS) is safety risk management (SRM). SRM is a process by which…
The long list of possible anomalies contributing to unanticipated performance during a takeoff ground run includes engine rollback, stuck brakes, underinflated tires, an unexpected wind vector, non-standard configuration, a contaminated…
by Mark Jones
It often is said that safety starts at the top, which can be a good thing or a bad thing.
by Bob Baron
The role of the native English speaker in aeronautical radiotelephonic interactions
by Tyrone Bishop
There was a time not so long ago when pilots spoke of crew resource management (CRM) frequently and often. Nowadays, the term CRM — and its traditional doctrine — has…
by Shannon Forrest