Sometimes organisations just added “implement SMS” to a long to-do list. Once the implementation is considered “done” they forget to look back and ask themselves “What is SMS supposed to do again?”. The basic assumption of an SMS is to move from ad-hoc, reactive management of safety to a more systematic and pro-active approach whereby.. read more →
Jan is an experienced safety risk management practitioner who ran Safety departments at small and medium airlines. He offers clients comprehensive expertise across most areas of aviation safety management, with a focus on the development on advanced coaching techniques to get the best out of people.
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