In other words, with the help of this program, the risks will be identified systematically and authorities will be able to come to a decision whether to accept, reduce, or eliminate them as well as looking at the results of their decisions to make sure that intended results are obtained.
Sky High Airline establishes policy, responsibilities, and guidelines with procedures to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment and the safe conduct of aviation functions and activities. Safety is a line management responsibility; therefore, this program provides line management oversight of Sky High Airline. Aircraft operations will be conducted under the cognizance Sky High Airline safety organization and no aircraft or experiment will be committed to flight without a valid safety permit or appropriate safety approval. It is the intent of this safety program to comply with all applicable Sky High Airline directives and other governing instructions.
(a). Ensure that Sky High Airline aviation programs and operations comply with applicable Federal and State laws, regulations, and standards for aviation safety and for reporting and investigating accidents and incidents.
(b). Only use safe operations and equipment. No procure or use of aviation equipments, methods, or techniques that may adversely affect the safety of operations.
(c). Promptly report each aviation accident, incident with potential, aircraft incident, and aviation hazard.
(d). Do not use pilots or aircraft that are not approved for Sky High Airline missions.
(e). Remove all pilots involved in an accident or incident with potential from all flight duty until returned to flight status in accordance with standard operating procedures.
(f). Conduct aviation safety briefings and a risk assessment prior to any aviation mission by:
(i). A person responsible for the mission or,
(ii). By the pilot in situations where the pilot may be the only official present, as part of the normal preflight activities, such as dispatch, weather, and flight plan briefings.
2. General Safety Culture in Aviation Industry
Safety Culture or climate may be thought of as the organization's collective norms, standards, perceptions and behaviors with respect to safety. Management's fostering of a positive safety culture is critical to any effective safety program. The following concepts and actions are elements of a positive saf