Aviation Safety Presentations 

 

 

 

 

A presentation made on August 23, 2022 on the current state of airline safety. Topics addressed: Airline Safety Trends, High-Risk Accident Occurrence Categories, Ground Events, COVID-19, Boeing’s MAX Issues, Organizational Accidents, and Safety Oversight.

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A presentation made on August 23, 2022 on the current state of airline safety. Topics addressed: Airline Safety Trends, High-Risk Accident Occurrence Categories, Ground Events, COVID-19, Boeing’s MAX Issues, Organizational Accidents, and Safety Oversight.

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A presentation made on August 23, 2022 on the current state of airline safety. Topics addressed: Airline Safety Trends, High-Risk Accident Occurrence Categories, Ground Events, COVID-19, Boeing’s MAX Issues, Organizational Accidents, and Safety Oversight.

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The Four Pillars of Safety Management

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.

 

 

SMS or SM Mess? It’s Your Choice! 

Avoid the mess. Make it an SMS success!

 

 

Qantas Flight 32 (a Dirty Dozen perspective)

On November 4, 2010, Qantas Flight 32, an Airbus A380 on a scheduled passenger service from London to Sydney via Singapore, experienced an uncontained failure in one of its four Trent 900 engines. The failure occurred over Batam Island, Indonesia, four minutes after takeoff from Singapore Changi Airport. The uncontained failure was due to defective engine manufacturing.

 

 

Approaches to Safety

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

 

 

Dana Air Crash (case study)

Dana Air Flight 0992 was a scheduled Nigerian domestic passenger flight from Abuja to Lagos, Nigeria. On 3 June 2012, the McDonnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft serving the route suffered a dual-engine failure during its approach to Lagos. It failed to reach its intended destination and crashed into buildings, killing all 153 people on board and six on the ground.

 

 

Safety Promotion is Key to an Effective SMS

Safety Promotion is part of the "Four Pillars of Safety." This presentation provides insight on how to effectively promote safety at your organization.

 

 

Safety Performance Monitoring and Measurement

Safety Performance Monitoring and Measurement Provides an organization with the means to determine whether its activities and processes are working effectively to achieve its safety objectives.

 

 

One-Two-GO Airlines Crash (case study)

One-Two-GO Airlines Flight 269 (OG269) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Bangkok to Phuket, Thailand. On 16 September 2007, the McDonnell Douglas MD-82 crashed into an embankment beside runway 27 at Phuket International Airport bursting into flames upon impact during an attempted go-around after an aborted landing, killing 90 of the 130 persons on board (this includes one person who died of burn injuries several days after the crash).

 

 

Human Error as a Learning Tool

Human error has a bad reputation! Yet, errors are a valuable learning tool for any organization. This informative presentation addresses the causes and prevention of human error.