Safety “By the Book” isn’t Enough, National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt

If you think that flying safely means simply “doing things by the book,” then think again. Even if that book is your flight operation’s official Safety Management System manual.

Because ensuring true flight safety is not just your flight department’s responsibility.

It’s also yours. The commitment to aviation safety is cultural, and must start at the top – with you.

In Safety “By the Book” isn’t Enough, National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt joins me in describing how to harness industry expertise to ensure that a “safety first” culture is in place, and how to make “operational safety” more than just words in a dusty book on your shelf.

When there’s more to be said than space and copy deadlines allow, you can rely on the Business Aviation Advisor “Above and Beyond” podcast series to get you the information you need, enabling you to make the most of your aviation investments.

Gil Wolin
Gil Wolin is Publisher of Business Aviation Advisor magazine. A frequent speaker at national and regional events, Mr. Wolin is a member of the National Business Aviation Association, the Massachusetts Airport Management Association, and Business Aviation Professionals of New England. He currently serves on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Presidential Advisory Board. He is a past director of the National Air Transportation Association, and a past member of the Corporate Angel Network Advisory Board.

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