Category Archives: Safety Management

Administering Safety Programs at airlines

US Passengers at Risk by FAA Fatigue Rule

Passengers on domestic US airlines are now at an increased risk of being ¬†crashed into by sleepy cargo pilots. Lawyers at the FAA used case law, negligence reasoning and other historically based legal records to reach a regulatory milestone, aligning … Continue reading

Posted in Accident Prevention, Safety Forecasts and Plans, Safety Management | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Is Safety Guilding the Lily or Is Safety Making Necessary Operational Improvements?:Who has the better argument?

I think that we have to rethink this logic ladies and gentlemen. Safety recommendations do one very special thing that no other recommendation does. Safety recommendation give us SOP modifications, checklists and limitations that help us to do our operation … Continue reading

Posted in Safety Forecasts and Plans, Safety Management | Tagged | Leave a comment

Cost and Benefit Analysis vs Successful Safety Programs: Is the FAA and A4A Using Flawed Logic to Manage Safety Improvements? Do Pilots Actually Know Safety Better?

Air Transport Association (ATA), or now Airlines for America (A4A) and the FAA can not claim all of the credit for the huge improvement in airline safety over the last decade in my opinion. As a matter of fact and … Continue reading

Posted in Safety Forecasts and Plans, Safety Management | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Airlines Lobbying usurp Citizens Rights of Pilots in Latest FAA Ruling

Cargo Carriers Lawyers and the Power of Dollars Overcomes Cargo Pilots Safety Rights of One Man One Vote. Fatigue, the greatest Human Factors problem in commercial aviation, was introduced back into the recipe of severe hazards by the work of … Continue reading

Posted in Safety Management | Tagged | Leave a comment

European Advisory Comittee Oct 09 at Koln, Germany

Posted in Safety Management | Tagged | 1 Comment