Aviation Safety Plans: Content and Training 2001-01-3025
Airline safety programs are created to achieve specific objectives. There are many excellent safety programs related to training (e.g., AQP, ASAP), each addressing specific requirements of an organization’s operational needs. The best program will be ineffective in terms of safety benefit, effectiveness, and economic costs if not considered in a system frame of reference. Most notable to the success of an aviation safety plan is the organization's culture, especially its safety culture. In this paper, we will address the content and training portion of Safety plans in a top-down systemic way, to include safety culture and several of systems and organizational aspects to safety plans.
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