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Safety Management Systems for Small Aviation Organizations


An SMS is not a "one size fits all" program. It is scalable to any size aviation organization. This short course is targeted toward the smaller aviation organizations that may have limited resources to implement and sustain a functional SMS.

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The Dirty Dozen

In Aviation Maintenance


The Dirty Dozen refers to the twelve most common conditions (or precursors) that can lead to accidents or incidents. These twelve conditions can, and do, influence employee behavior. This short course on the Dirty Dozen serves as a useful, practical, and cost-effective introduction to Human Factors.

This course incorporates many practical examples of the Dirty Dozen as well as countermeasures that you can use immediately!

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Introduction to Safety Risk Management


Safety Risk Management (SRM) is one of the most important elements of an organization's SMS. Yet, many safety managers find SRM challenging, or difficult, to effectively implement and/or sustain. This course provides the attendee with the concepts and processes needed to have an effective SRM program within their organization. 

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The Four Pillars of Safety Management


Free Presentation


A brief introduction to Safety Management Systems. This presentation covers Safety Policy, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance, and Safety Promotion. These are the building blocks of a Safety Management System.

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Approaches to Safety


Free Presentation


This presentation addresses the 3 approaches to safety in a Safety Management System (SMS). Reactive, Proactive, and Predictive.

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Aviation Safety Articles and Presentations


A wide assortment of aviation safety articles and presentations by Dr. Bob Baron of The Aviation Consulting Group.

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