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What Is the True Risk Landscape of Your Organisation?

What Is the True Risk Landscape of Your Organisation?
Date:
20 Aug 2019
Is it possible to determine the true risk landscape of your organisation? Ask safety managers this question and their answer may well be: “Of course we can as we have a risk register that indicates all known hazards and they have been mitigated to an acceptable level.” However, is this a true picture of the total risk faced at a corporate level and have all hazards been identified? Are there any latent issues lurking in the background just waiting to manifest as something more serious?

Have you lost control of your document management?

Have you lost control of your document management?
Date:
4 Jul 2019
Airline document management is a cumbersome process, but it’s not without its challenges. For instance, having a lack of process can mean managing mission-critical documents and manuals can start to go amiss and can be hard to gain back control. In this article, we take a look at some of the ways that good document management software can do to help you take back control and keep the cogs turning smoothly. Read on to learn more.

How airline document management can support collaboration

How airline document management can support collaboration
Date:
24 Jun 2019
It is essential for all carriers to have airline document management that supports collaboration across flight operations and ground operations. Technical publications are becoming much more complex and subject to constant revision which puts increasing pressure on publishing teams to deliver up-to-date documents. Additionally, to ensure compliance, carriers are subject to a number of regulatory and internal audits, including FAA, EASA and IOSA audits - where airlines are required to complete and document complex audits. This kind of process can take its toll on resources - for instance, for one IOSA audit, it might require three or more employees to dedicate a number of weeks solely on managing and editing documents to prepare. Not only might this cause a staff shortage in other areas of the organisation, but it can impact utility as well as potentially halting operations if deadlines are missed. However, with the right document management processes, you could actually build a more collaborative way of working. Read the rest of the article to learn how.

7 problems great airline document management systems solve

7 problems great airline document management systems solve
Date:
31 May 2019
Great airline document management systems boost safety, efficiency and compliance. Managing mission-critical airline documents can become overwhelming for flight operations publishing teams if an effective system isn't in place. If you’re not using a document management system or your processes aren’t quite up to scratch carefully consider what would help. In this article, we look at the benefits of document management systems and the different kinds of problems the right one can help solve for publishing managers. Read the article below to learn seven ways that document management systems can help.

The effect of Practical Drift on safety management in aviation

The effect of Practical Drift on safety management in aviation
Date:
1 May 2019
In aviation, practical drift is a set of circumstances where actual performance varies from the designed performance as a result of factors that may or may not be under the direct control of the organisation and, which may impact the safety management of the airline. ICAO believes that practical drift is inevitable, primarily due to human factors. A deviation from the norm can be harmonised through good processes, good analysis and good culture.

The importance of safety analysis to support your safety management system

The importance of safety analysis to support your safety management system
Date:
24 Apr 2019
A mature safety management system will only perform effectively if safety analysis is a primary element. The objective of the safety analysis process is to extract useful information from the stored safety data and then display this information using graphs, tables, dashboards and presentations so that senior managers can make informed decisions on safety.

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