January 2015

Showing Articles 1-4 of 4

  • Technical delays compensation “could bring industry to its knees”

    Technical delays compensation “could bring industry to its knees”
    Date:
    21st Jan 2015
    The UK aviation industry has an enviable record on safety which has improved dramatically over the last 40 years. This has been in part due to the CAA’s promoting of a ‘Just Culture’ and the leaders of airlines taking a personal and actively positive view of Safety through participation of their employees in reporting safety-related matters in the clear knowledge that they should not be the target of disciplinary proceedings.
  • Challenges to paperless flight decks

    Challenges to paperless flight decks
    Date:
    20th Jan 2015
    There’s no doubt that one of the most exciting recent developments in flight deck management has been the advent of touch-screen technology and application of handheld devices as part of Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs).
  • CEOs should also be chief safety officers

    CEOs should also be chief safety officers
    Date:
    19th Jan 2015
    So it was fascinating to learn that at an American company, one of world’s largest chemical manufacturers, its chief executive officer also refers to themselves as its chief safety officer. Sadly that in itself won’t stop incidents happening; just recently four workers died following a toxic leak at a plant in Texas.
  • You only get what you pay for

    You only get what you pay for
    Date:
    19th Jan 2015
    You'll have heard these a thousand times: “You only get what you pay for,” “you don’t get anything for nothing” and my personal favourite – “buy cheap, buy twice”. These are all clichés as old as the hills but as true today as ever.

Showing Articles 1-4 of 4