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Question: How can your safety management system (SMS) show that it finds current and possible safety hazards/issues and then assesses these? Also, how can it show that you are creating and taking actions based on these?
If I were to tell you there is an easy way to save money, spread knowledge within your organisation and improve communication and interaction between staff, would you be interested?
ASSI have set up a YouTube Channel which can be found at youtube.com/assisafetypromotion or search for Air Safety Support International on the YouTube website.
The UK CAA has carried out a review of aircraft fire events over a number of years, and although the risk of a hidden aircraft fire is relatively low, they have a far greater potential for a catastrophic outcome than many other aircraft fire types.
The article on 'Refuelling with Passengers Onboard' on the SKYbrary website gives an overview of the safety measures associated with aircraft refuelling with passengers on board and the duties of the personnel involved.
A problem that has been facing the aviation industry for some time is the ambiguity about the regulatory treatment of certain aircraft parts exported from the US.
A round-up of good information from other websites.
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