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Training Management in Aviation SMS

Posted by Mario Pierobon on Oct 19, 2018 6:17:00 AM

Management’s Role in SMS

Managers must take an active role in SMS to consistently account for their knowledge and experience of operations.

I believe managers need to be trained in SMS to ensure their effective participation and contribution to the SMS.

Well-constructed and well-delivered SMS training can make a huge difference in increasing managers’ understanding of the SMS and awareness of safety.

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Most Important Safety Training in Aviation Risk Management

Posted by Aviation Safety Student on Aug 31, 2018 4:22:00 AM

The Tone Your Aviation Safety Training Should Have

Airports and airlines are busy places. Many inexperienced and experienced pilots and other personnel can be found hurrying about completing their tasks and missions.  In such conditions, as in all aviation settings, a good safety culture is essential. 

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How SMS Benefits Airport Management

Posted by Aviation Safety Student on Aug 17, 2018 4:37:00 AM

SMS Creates Inclusive Airport Environment

My field of study is aerospace management. In one path of this field alone, airport management, there are many different systems that require complex, diverse operations. Some of these systems are:

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Important Safety Management System Definitions and Explanations for Issue Management

Posted by Tyler Britton on Feb 14, 2018 6:24:00 AM

Importance of Definitions for Safety Management System

Definitions are important.

Definitions guide us and help give structure to imprecise, vague, or nebulous risk management processes.

Having an accurate understanding of definitions allows us to have accurate understandings of the structure of issues. Furthermore, it allows us to identify specific aspects of those issues and organize the issue however we please.

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How Long Does It Take to Train Employees on New SMS Program

Posted by Tyler Britton on Nov 22, 2017 6:03:00 AM

What is a New SMS Program

A new SMS program means adopting a new safety program in your organization. This new safety program can be an entirely new risk management program where one did not exist before. This new safety program can replace an old SMS, such as in the case of switching SMS programs.

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How to Automate Aviation SMS Training in 4 Steps Using Your Safety Program

Posted by Tyler Britton on Sep 11, 2017 5:42:00 AM

Benefits When You Automate Aviation SMS Training

Aviation SMS training can be hard on organizations, both financially and logistically. As organizations grow, the logistical and financial headache will become more pronounced, especially as resources are stretched thin.

The financial problem of aviation SMS training is not simply that training costs money, but it also pulls workers away from their duties. Attempting to coordinate substitutes and training times is an additional logistical/financial burden. The answer to these burdens is to automate aviation SMS training.

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15 Most Important Keywords in Safety Management Systems (SMS)

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jun 5, 2017 6:06:00 PM

What are Keywords in Aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS)

Keywords in Aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS) are the most important words that people new or experienced in SMS need to know. SMS keywords are not just for safety personnel, but rather for all people who interact with a risk management program.

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Why Initial SMS Training is So Crucial for Risk Management Programs

Posted by Tyler Britton on Apr 10, 2017 5:53:00 AM

What Initial SMS Training Is, and How It’s Different

A common question aviation service providers hear from auditors is whether employees have been trained in the company’s SMS program.

SMS training usually is and should be an initial training requirement. What this means is that when employees begin working at your company, the first contact they have with safety is to be trained on:

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Best Ways to Automate Aviation Safety Training for Initial/Recurrent Requirements (Free Resources)

Posted by Tyler Britton on Apr 3, 2017 6:03:00 AM

Benefits of Automated Safety Training for Initial and Recurrent Training Requirements

Aviation safety training can be a logistical and financial nightmare. This is especially true in larger companies or in organizations where financial/human resources are stretched thin.

Training not only costs money, but it also does so at the expense of workers’ duties because they will have to miss work in order to complete training.

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Career Advice for Aspiring Safety Managers

Posted by Dr. Bob Baron on Feb 24, 2017 6:03:00 AM

Frequent Requests for Safety Manager Advice

We often receive questions from aviation professionals who are interested in pursuing a career as a Safety Manager.

This article should help to answer some of the most common questions.

High-quality career advice from practicing safety professionals can help you:

  • Make better decisions;
  • Advance your career; and
  • Motivate you when things seem hopeless.
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